Use the Star Dome to track the rocky asteroid
August 24, 2004
|On September 29, Toutatis will fly silently past Earth, coming no closer than four times the Moon's distance. Toutatis won't linger for Northern Hemisphere observers. Plan accordingly for early September when it lies at higher declinations and the Moon interferes less. |
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