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Astronomy magazine podcast: The Faulkes Telescope Project and Asteroid 2008HJ

Using the remote-controlled Faulkes Telescope in Australia, amateur astronomer Richard Miles measured the fastest spinning object in our solar system.
asteroid 2008HJ
Asteroid 2008HJ moves swiftly across the middle of this view.
Richard Miles
May 30, 2008
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