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Description: This site provides information related to the orbits, physical charateristics, and discovery circumstances for most known natural bodies in orbit around our sun.

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Artificial satellites and other spacecraft are also beyond the scope of this site. However, ephemerides for selected spacecraft are available via our HORIZONS system.

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