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An asteroid family is a group of minor planets that share similar orbital elements, such as...
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|current||15:53, August 13, 2006||1,201 × 901 (42 KB)||Bryan Seecrets||==Summary== A diagram showing proper orbital elements (inclination ''i<sub>p</sub>'' vs. semi-major axis ''a<sub>p</sub>'' ) for numbered asteroids in the main belt. Clumps indicate the location of asteroid families, empty vertic|