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(66391) 1999 KW4
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  1. is an Aten and Mercury-crosser asteroid discovered by LINEAR in 1999

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    created by user picturefactobot on February 6, 2009
  2. has a moon orbiting it

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  3. The moon, designated S/2001 (66391) 1 or '1999 KW4 Beta' is ~360 m in diameter, and orbits 'Alpha' in 0.758 d (16 hours) at a distance of 2.6 km

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  4. The presence of a companion was suggested by photometric observations made June 19-27, 2000 by Petr Pravec and Lenka Šarounová at Observatoř Ondřejov (Ondřejov Observatory) and was confirmed by radar observations from Arecibo Observatory from Ma

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  5. 4}} and its moon
    4}} and its moon

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