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English: Existing Wikipedia GNU picture, updated with an arrow highlighting the object of interest.
Date 2008-09-19 (original upload date)
Source Transferred from en.wikipedia; transfer was stated to be made by User:Jacopo Werther.

(Original text : en::Image:Animation showing movement of 2003 UB313.gif) (Mike Brown)
Author Litefantastic Original uploader was Litefantastic at en.wikipedia
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Image details: Eris was discovered from an image dated 2003-10-21 at coordinates 01 36 13.82 -06 07 15.3. The overexposed star above Eris is apparent magnitude 11.3. (Wikisky image of this region)


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