What is a quasi satellite?



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    According to Wiegert and Innanen (2004) from York University in Ontario, Quasi-satellites are a class of objects superficially similar to traditional moons. They exist in the outer reaches of our Solar system. Scientific studies have shown that the quasi-satellites for Uranus and Neptune can survive for the 4.5 billion year age of the solar system.

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