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mcmcmc
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QUOTE (Paolo @ Jun 21 2018, 12:35 PM) *
From the images released today, it looks like a more spherical version of Itokawa, but still a remarkable rubble pile with only a few, subdued craters

Did you see the comparison to all other minor bodies photographed in the past, listed in the press release?
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Stereo views. First an anaglyph version:
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And a cross-eyed version:
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