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NASA / JPL / Emily Lakdawalla
According to the JPL website, these radar observations reveal that "2010 JL33 is an irregular, elongated object roughly 1.8 kilometers wide that rotates once every nine hours."
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Original image data dated on or about December 11, 2011
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