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ScienceCasts: Smallest Terrestrial Planet?

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Uploaded on Dec 9, 2011

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NASA's Dawn probe, now orbiting Vesta in the asteroid belt, has found some surprising things on the giant asteroid--things that have prompted one researcher to declare Vesta "the smallest terrestrial planet."

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