Video S1. Animation showing a model of a hypothetical equatorial impact on Eros. This example shows the evolution of ejecta leading to the deposition of a markedly asymmetric ejecta blanket with very sharp boundaries, caused by the combination of impact location on the asteroid and the asteroid’s rotation ‘out from under’ the leading edge of the expanding ejecta curtain.

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