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Ceres is the largest and most massive asteroid and the only one that is a dwarf planet.
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The following is a collection of lists of exceptional asteroids in the Solar System. For the purposes of this article "asteroid" means minor planet up to the orbit of Jupiter, which includes the dwarf planet Ceres. For a complete list of minor planets in numerical order, see List of minor planets.

Note: each asteroid is given a unique sequential identifying number after its orbit is precisely determined. Prior to this, asteroids are known only by their systematic name or provisional designation, such as "1950 DA".


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Ceres is the largest and most massive asteroid and the only one that is a dwarf planet.
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The following is a collection of lists of exceptional asteroids in the Solar System. For the purposes of this article "asteroid" means minor planet up to the orbit of Jupiter, which includes the dwarf planet Ceres. For a complete list of minor planets in numerical order, see List of minor planets.

Note: each asteroid is given a unique sequential identifying number after its orbit is precisely determined. Prior to this, asteroids are known only by their systematic name or provisional designation, such as "1950 DA".


List of exceptional asteroids sections
Intro  Physical characteristics  Orbital characteristics  Timeline   See also    Books    References    External links   

PREVIOUS: IntroNEXT: Physical characteristics
<<>>