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C. de la Fuente Marcos

C. de la Fuente Marcos is a PhD is astrophysics and astronomy at Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

Asteroid 1991 VG: Certainly Peculiar But Definitely Not Alien

When small (about 10 meters or 33 feet) near-Earth asteroid (NEA) 1991 VG was discovered in 1991, it was the first one of its kind and it attracted plenty of attention. Its preliminary orbit was the most Earth-like known at the time. […]

Correlated Asteroid Pairs After Encounters With An Unseen Planetary Body Beyond Neptune

When Sedna was discovered in 2003 it was regarded by many as an outlier, nothing else like it was known in the Solar System. Fifteen years later, at least 28 objects are known to follow paths similar to that of […]