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New Horizons Imaging of (15810) 1994 JR1 from the Kuiper Belt

The First High-Phase Observations of a KBO: New Horizons Imaging of (15810) 1994 JR1 from the Kuiper Belt Authors: Porter et al Abstract: NASA's New Horizons spacecraft observed (15810) 1994 JR1, a 3:2 resonant Kupier Belt Object (KBO), using the LOng Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI) on November 2, 2015 from a distance of 1.85 AU, and again on April 7, 2016 from a distance of 0.
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