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Near-Earth Asteroid 2014 GN1

Near-Earth asteroid 2014 GN1: orbital position, 6 Apr. 2014

Near-Earth asteroid 2014 GN1: orbital position, 6 Apr. 2014

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Classification: Apollo
Discovery: 02 Apr. 2014
Discoverer(s): Mt. Lemmon Survey
Estimated diameter: 32-72 meters
Absolute Magnitude (H): 24.6
Date/time of close approach: 06 Apr. 2014, 10:25 UT
Min. Distance: 0.006 Astronomical Units (2.4 Lunar Distances)

More details are available on the MPC or JPL websites (the latter being the source of the applet above).

A live event is scheduled for 6 Apr. 2014, at 00:00 UT

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Near-Earth Asteroid 2014 FK38

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Classification: Aten
Discovery: 27 Mar. 2014
Discoverer(s): La Sagra
Estimated diameter: 24-53 meters
Absolute Magnitude (H): 25.2
Date/time of close approach: 31 Mar. 2014, 08:04 UT
Min. Distance: 0.008 Astronomical Units (3.0 Lunar Distances)

More details are available on the MPC or JPL websites (the latter being the source of the applet above).

 

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Near-Earth Asteroid 2014 FT37

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Classification: Apollo
Discovery: 25 Mar. 2014
Discoverer(s): Pan-STARRS
Estimated diameter: 8-18 meters
Absolute Magnitude (H): 27.6
Date/time of close approach: 29 Mar. 2014, 19:45 UT
Min. Distance: 0.003 Astronomical Units (1.0 Lunar Distances)

More details are available on the MPC or JPL websites (the latter being the source of the applet above).

 

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Near-Earth Asteroid 2014 FO38

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Classification: Aten
Discovery: 28 Mar. 2014
Discoverer(s): Catalina Sky Survey
Estimated diameter: 13-36 meters
Absolute Magnitude (H): 26.1
Date/time of close approach: 29 Mar. 2014, 04:43 UT
Min. Distance: 0.012 Astronomical Units (4.8 Lunar Distances)

More details are available on the MPC or JPL websites (the latter being the source of the applet above).

 

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Near-Earth Asteroid 2014 DU22

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Designation: 2014 DU12
Classification: Apollo
Discovery: 26 Feb. 2014
Discoverer(s): Pan-STARRS Survey
Estimated diameter: 37-82 meters
Absolute Magnitude (H): 24.3
Date/time of close approach: 14 Mar. 2014, 19:51 UT
Min. Distance: 0.020 Astronomical Units (7.9 Lunar Distances)

An image of 2014 DU22 is available from the Virtual Telescope

More details are available on the MPC or JPL websites (the latter being the source of the applet above).

 

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Near-Earth Asteroid 2014 EY24

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Classification: Apollo
Discovery: 11 Mar. 2014
Discoverer(s): Catalina Sky Survey
Estimated diameter: 51-110 meters
Absolute Magnitude (H): 23.6
Date/time of close approach: 18 Mar. 2014, 01:03 UT
Min. Distance: 0.021 Astronomical Units (8.4 Lunar Distances)

An image of 2014 EY24 is available from the Virtual Telescope

More details are available on the MPC or JPL websites (the latter being the source of the applet above).

 

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Near-Earth Asteroid 2014 EB25

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Classification: Apollo
Discovery: 12 Mar. 2014
Discoverer(s): Mt. Lemmon Survey
Estimated diameter: 7-23 meters
Absolute Magnitude (H): 27.1
Date/time of close approach: 14 Mar. 2014, 09:58 UT
Min. Distance: 0.007 Astronomical Units (2.72 Lunar Distances)

An image of 2014 EB25 is available from the Virtual Telescope

More details are available on the MPC or JPL websites (the latter being the source of the applet above).

 

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Near-Earth Asteroid 2014 EP12

Near-Earth asteroid 2014 EP12: orbital position, 14 Mar. 2014

Near-Earth asteroid 2014 EP12: orbital position, 14 Mar. 2014

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Classification: Apollo
Discovery: 9 Mar. 2014
Discoverer(s): Catalina Sky Survey
Estimated diameter: 22-49 meters
Absolute Magnitude (H): 25.4
Date/time of close approach: 14 Mar. 2014, 03:39 UT
Min. Distance: 0.0074 Astronomical Units (2.9 Lunar Distances)
Date of live event: 13 Mar. 2014

An image of 2014 EP12 is available from the Virtual Telescope

More details are available on the MPC or JPL websites (the latter being the source of the applet above).

 

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Near-Earth Asteroid 2014 EM

Near-Earth Asteroid 2014 EM: 14 Mar. 2014

Near-Earth Asteroid 2014 EM: 14 Mar. 2014

Near-Earth asteroid 2014 EM: orbital position, 15 Mar. 2014

Near-Earth asteroid 2014 EM: orbital position, 15 Mar. 2014

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Classification: Apollo
Discovery: 5 Mar. 2014
Discoverer(s): Catalina Sky Survey
Estimated diameter: 24-54 meters
Absolute Magnitude (H): 25.1
Date/time of close approach: 15 Mar. 2014, 05:00 UT
Min. Distance: 0.011 Astronomical Units (4.3 Lunar Distances)
Date of live event: 13 Mar. 2014

An image of 2014 EM is available from the Virtual Telescope

More details are available on the MPC or JPL websites (the latter being the source of the applet above).

 

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Near-Earth Asteroid 2014 EP12 close encounter: online event (13 Mar. 2014)

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Near-Earth asteroid 2014 EP12: orbital position, 14 Mar. 2014

Near-Earth asteroid 2014 EP12: orbital position, 14 Mar. 2014

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Next  14 Mar. 2014 at 01:39 UT, the near-Earth asteroid 2014 EP12 will reach a minimum distance from the Earth of about 1.1 millions  km. This is a very safe distance, so no risks at all for our planet. It will be a nice opportunity to spy this 40 meters large asteroid moving across the stars.

As usual with these asteroids, the Virtual Telescope Project will offer a live, online event sharing real-time images of 2014 EP12 with live commentary by our scientific staff. It will be shown together with near-Earth asteroid 2014 EM!

The online, free session is scheduled for 13 Mar. 2014, starting at 23:00 UT.

To join, you just need to enter, at the date and time above, our webTV page here!

 

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