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  • | [[The Asteroids Galaxy Tour]]
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  • [[Category:Asteroids in fiction]]
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  • '''1593 Fagnes''' (1951 LB) is a [[Mars-crossing asteroid]] discovered on June 1, 1951 by [[Sylvain Julien Victor Arend]] in [[Category:Mars-crossing asteroids]]
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  • '''1316 Kasan''' (1933 WC) is a [[Mars-crossing asteroid]] discovered on November 17, 1933 by [[G. Neujmin]] at [[Simeis]]. [[Category:Mars-crossing asteroids]]
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  • '''4451 Grieve''' (1988 JJ) is a [[Mars-crossing asteroid]] discovered on May 9, 1988 by [[Carolyn S. Shoemaker]] at [[Palom [[Category:Mars-crossing asteroids]]
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  • '''30785 Greeley''' (1988 PX) is a [[Mars-crossing asteroid]] discovered on August 13, 1988 by [[C. S. Shoemaker]] and [[E. M. [[Category:Mars-crossing asteroids]]
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  • '''3854 George''' (1983 EA) is a [[Mars-crossing asteroid]] discovered on March 13, 1983 by [[Shoemaker, C.]] at [[Palomar O [[Category:Mars-crossing asteroids]]
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  • '''2335 James''' (1974 UB) is a [[Mars-crossing asteroid]] discovered on October 17, 1974 by [[E. F. Helin]] at [[Palomar O [[Category:Mars-crossing asteroids]]
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  • '''2968 Iliya''' (1978 QJ) is a [[Mars-crossing asteroid]] discovered on August 31, 1978 by [[Chernykh, N.]] at [[Nauchnyj] [[Category:Mars-crossing asteroids]]
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  • '''1374 Isora''' (1935 UA) is a [[Mars-crossing asteroid]] discovered on October 21, 1935 by [[Delporte, E.]] at [[Uccle]]. [[Category:Mars-crossing asteroids]]
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  • '''1468 Zomba''' (1938 PA) is a [[Mars-crossing asteroid]] discovered on July 23, 1938 by [[C. Jackson]] at [[Johannesburg [[Category:Mars-crossing asteroids]]
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  • ...is roughly 15 km in diameter<ref name="h"/> and is about the 17th largest Mars-crossing asteroid.<ref name="SBDB"/> [[Category:Mars-crossing asteroids]]
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  • ...h"/> It is one of the largest Mars-crossing asteroids as few Mars-crossing asteroids have an absolute magnitude brighter than 13. [[Category:Mars-crossing asteroids]]
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  • ...on | first4=Ricardo | title=Origin and sustainability of the population of asteroids captured in the exterior resonance 1:2 with Mars | journal=Icarus | volume= [[Category:Main Belt asteroids]]
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  • ...h"/> It is one of the largest Mars-crossing asteroids as few Mars-crossing asteroids have an absolute magnitude brighter than 13. [[Category:Mars-crossing asteroids]]
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  • '''1640 Nemo''' (1951 QA) is a [[Mars-crossing asteroid]] discovered on August 31, 1951 by [[S. Arend]] at [[Uccle]]. [[Category:Mars-crossing asteroids]]
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  • ...was [[10 Hygiea]] in 1849. Between 1850 and 1865, he discovered eight more asteroids
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  • * Penzo, P. A., and Mayer, H. L., "Tethers and Asteroids for Artificial Gravity Assist in the Solar System," Journal of Spacecraft a
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  • ..., military bases, or mining outposts on some of the uninhabitable moons or asteroids in the system, but none of them are fully functional or in any way self-sus
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