Scientists have discovered a Kuiper Belt asteroid lighter than water.


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Scientists have discovered a Kuiper Belt asteroid lighter than water.

Nor is the asteroid small, having a 400 mile diameter. It is thought is is made up mostly of ice, is not very densely packed, and is probably quite porous as well.

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