ASTRONOMY-HELP!!!

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Can someone explain to me this asteroid article???
?i am so confused!
(google: asterioid 21 lutetia:low mass, high density-first link)

  • ASTRONOMY-HELP!!! -

    I'm not sure what you needed to get from the article. It was the object of the Rosetta flyby and it seems to be a large asteroid with an unusual composition.

    Sra

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