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every April In a fleeting few weeks A faintly glowing near-Earth asteroid. will twinkle curiously on scientists' telescopes. according to religious annual events A group of astronomers has compiled a surprising revelation about this tiny shard: it doesn't seem like an old space rock at all. looks like a fraction of the moon

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The Ferris wheel-sized chip goes by the Hawaiian name Kamo`oalewa, and evidence for the moon's identity was published Thursday in the journal Nature Communications Earth & Environment.Ben Sharkey, a graduate student in the Department of Planetary Sciences at the University of Arizona and lead author of the report,

said in a statement. I examined every near-Earth asteroid spectrum that we had access to. and found nothing matching Sharkey and fellow researchers realized that the rocks have a pattern of reflections, or spectra, that are closely related to lunar rocks brought back from NASA's Apollo missions.

Al Conrad, Scientist at the Large Binoculars Observatory and co-author of the study, said: "These challenging observations were made by the massive gathering of light by the two 8.4-meter (27.5-foot) telescopes. big eyes said in a statement