3 Juno is a large asteroid with a mean diameter of about 235 km, but the remaining bodies are all small. (32326) 2000 QO62, the brightest of those clearly in the visible clump would have a diameter of about 6 km, given the same albedo as 3 Juno. This indicates that it is probably a so-called cratering family composed of ejecta from impacts onto the parent body 3 Juno.
The HCM analysis by (Zappalà 1995) detemined several likely core members, whose proper elements lie in the approximate ranges
- V. Zappalà, Ph. Bendjoya, A. Cellino, P. Farinella and C. Froeschlé, Asteroid Families: Search of a 12,487-Asteroid Sample Using Two Different Clustering Techniques, Icarus, Volume 116, Issue 2 (August 1995), pages 291-314
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