|Picture Scramble # 37
||28 September 2000
Asteroids are material left over from the formation of the solar system.
See if you can put Gaspra back together again.
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Asteroid Gaspra was discovered by Grigoriy N. Neujamin in 1916. Neujamin
named Gaspra after a Black Sea retreat that was visited by contemporaries
such as Tolstoy and Gorky.
For more information about Asteroid Gaspra, visit the
Views of the Solar System
web site particularly the information about
Picture courtesy of NASA/JPL.