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Re: So, what do you use? (of asteroids, planetoids, ...)

The largest officially unnamed dwarf planet in the solar system might have a name: "Gonggong", named for the Chinese water serpent-goddess. It is very red and very cold, and it's significance in astrology is unknown at this time.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h68eS8MHxEc

The Kuiper Belt stretching from the oblong orbits of Pluto with its "binary" moon Charon to 20-30,000 year orbits of hypothetical ones like "Xena" and "Aether" has plenty of discovered (or not) planetoids, dwarf planets and other celestial bodies.

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2002 MS4 is not yet officially named and currently in the constellation of Scutum between Scorpio and Sagittarius. I like for someone to tell me what does 2002 MS4 do to our astrological charts of any kind?
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