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MIRI L3 images of asteroid (10920) (top row) in the F1000W, F1130W, and F1280W band (from left to right), and in the reference frame of (10920). The JWST-centric position of (10920) is 15h41m21.3s in RA and −19° 12′17.0″, the FOV about 50″ × 40″. Bottom row: Corresponding L2 data in the same three bands, but the four dithered images in each band were manually stacked on the new faint asteroid (visible as a faint point source in the upper part of the images, marked with a black circle). The FOV is about 50″ × 50″. The new object is not visible in the standard L3 data products in the archive.
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