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WOW!FEB 23, 2004 - 2004 DW is the provisional designation for yet another newly discovered Kuiper Belt Object (KBO); which is to say, one of the minor planets orbiting out beyond Neptune. It's one of the largest of its kind, too. Co-discoverer Chad Trujillo, author of the 2004 DW page, estimates 2004 DW at about 1600 kilometers in diameter, which would make it one of the largest KBOs found to date. Having been so recently discovered - this past February 17, in fact - you can be sure that astrologers are only just beginning to wonder whether 2004 DW has any astrological significance. Already there's an ephemeris for the new minor planet, courtesy of Alois Treindl, so astrologers can start coming to grips with the new planetoid.

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