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Find moving objects consistent with asteroids?


The SDSS is mostly (but not entirely!) a one-epoch sky survey. This makes it difficult to do solar system science with the catalog data as it appears in SkyServer. However, the SDSS has looked at the sky long enough that it has obviously found hundreds of thousands of moving objects. These moving objects can be found from the database to create a moving object sample.


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