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After the impact, astronomers will take those measurements again. “They’ll happen a little bit more frequently – maybe it’ll be two every 11 hours 45 minutes, maybe it’ll be 11 hours, 20 minutes,” said Dr Rivkin, who is based at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (JHUAPL) in Laurel, Maryland.

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