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Satellites It has been suggested that Pallas has a moon. A moon about 1 kilometer in diameter was suggested based on occultation data from an occultation on 29 May 1978, and another one separated from Pallas by 750 kilometers and 175 kilometers in diameter itself was suggested in 1980, but later shown incorrect in 1983 occultation observations.<ref name="moonsystem"/> Considering the level at which Pallas has been studied and observed since it was discovered, it is unlikely that there are any large moons orbiting Pallas.


2 Pallas sections
Intro   History    Orbit and rotation    Physical characteristics    Satellites    Exploration    See also    Notes    References    External links   

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