1. Moon's 'long-lost twin' is following Mars around like a puppy  CNET
  2. An Asteroid Trailing After Mars Could Actually Be The Stolen Twin of Our Moon  ScienceAlert
  3. New moon? Scientists claim the Earth’s satellite may have a ‘dead ringer’  The Guardian
  4. A Stolen Chunk of Earth's Moon Seems to Be Orbiting Mars  Futurism
  5. The moon's 'long-lost twin' may have been found  The Independent
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An unusual asteroid trailing behind Mars has a lot in common with our moon.An unusual asteroid trailing behind Mars has a lot in common with our moon.

Moon's 'long-lost twin' is following Mars around like a puppy - CNET

A distant asteroid trailing in the gravitational wake of Mars has been observed in greater detail than ever before, and the close-up reveals a surprising resemblance – one that raises some interesting questions about the object's ancient origins.A distant asteroid trailing in the gravitational wake of Mars has been observed in greater detail than ever before, and the close-up reveals a surprising resemblance – one that raises some interesting questions about the object's ancient origins.

An Asteroid Trailing After Mars Could Actually Be The Stolen Twin of Our Moon

There's a mysterious asteroid stuck in Mars' gravitational pull, and astronomers suspect it might be the Moon's long-lost twin.There's a mysterious asteroid stuck in Mars' gravitational pull, and astronomers suspect it might be the Moon's long-lost twin.

A Stolen Chunk of Earth’s Moon Seems to Be Orbiting Mars

There's a mysterious asteroid stuck in Mars' gravitational pull, and astronomers suspect it might be the Moon's long-lost twin.There's a mysterious asteroid stuck in Mars' gravitational pull, and astronomers suspect it might be the Moon's long-lost twin.

A Stolen Chunk of Earth's Moon Seems to Be Orbiting Mars

The asteroid could have been dislodged from the Moon before being trapped in Mars gravitational fieldThe asteroid could have been dislodged from the Moon before being trapped in Mars gravitational field

The moon's 'long-lost twin' may have been found | The Independent