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Glauke has an exceptionally slow rotation period of about 1200 hours (50 days). This makes it the slowest-rotating non-planetary object known in the solar system (both Mercury and Venus rotate more slowly). The rotation is believed to be "tumbling", similar to 4179 Toutatis.
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