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Jun 10, 2020

441987 (2010 NY65) Information Sheet (2020)

 441987 (2010 NY65) Information Sheet (2020)


441987 (2010 NY65) Earth Distance: 0.025 au Sun Distance: 1.013 au 2020-06-24 06:44 UTC JPL Small-Body Database Browser Orbit Diagram  for  441987 (2010 NY65) https://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi?sstr=441987
441987 (2010 NY65)
Earth Distance: 0.025 au
Sun Distance: 1.013 au
2020-06-24 06:44 UTC
JPL Small-Body Database Browser
Orbit Diagram
for
441987 (2010 NY65)
https://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi?sstr=441987
441987 (2010 NY65) Earth Distance: 0.025 au Sun Distance: 1.013 au 2020-06-24 06:44 UTC JPL Small-Body Database Browser Orbit Diagram  for  441987 (2010 NY65) https://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi?sstr=441987
441987 (2010 NY65)
Earth Distance: 0.025 au
Sun Distance: 1.013 au
2020-06-24 06:44 UTC
JPL Small-Body Database Browser
Orbit Diagram
for
441987 (2010 NY65)
https://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi?sstr=441987
441987 (2010 NY65) Earth Distance: 0.025 au Sun Distance: 1.013 au 2020-06-24 06:44 UTC JPL Small-Body Database Browser Orbit Diagram  for  441987 (2010 NY65) https://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi?sstr=441987
441987 (2010 NY65)
Earth Distance: 0.025 au
Sun Distance: 1.013 au
2020-06-24 06:44 UTC
JPL Small-Body Database Browser
Orbit Diagram
for
441987 (2010 NY65)
https://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi?sstr=441987

Background

(as of 2020-06-09 )


  • Object: 441987 (2010 NY65)
  • Orbit Type: Apollo [NEO, PHA]
  • Approximate Diameter: 140 m - m 310 (459.318 to 1017.06 feet) (Absolute Magnitude: H= 21.4)
  • Rotation Period: 4.9706 hour
  • On the Sentry Risk Table: NO Removed from Sentry 2010-08-05 09:54:55 for more information read Understanding Risk Pages by Jon Giorgini
  • On the NEODyS CLOMON2 risk page: NO
  • Listed on The Near-Earth Object Human Space Flight Accessible Targets Study (NHATS): NO
  • Listed on the Goldstone Asteroid Radar Schedule:YES
  • Listed on the Arecibo Asteroid Radar Schedule:YES
  • Radar Observations:
    • First observation 2014-06-26
    • Last observation 2016-06-26
    • Delay : 9 [Discarded: 1]
    • Doppler: 3[Discarded 0]
    • Total: 12[Total Discarded:1]
  • Discovery observation was made: 2010 07 14.14345 (By WISE (MPC Code C51)
  • Last Observation(publish) was made: 019 07 21.318819 (By Palomar Mountain--ZTF (MPC Code I41 ))
  • Data-Arc Span (publish): 3294 days (9.02 yr)
  • Number of Optical Observations(published): 695
  • Oppositions: 8
  • Number of Observatories Reporting (Published) Observations : 42
  • Observatories Reporting (Published) Observations(MPC Code):
    • (089) Nikolaev, Ukraine.
    • (104) San Marcello Pistoiese,Italy.
    • (130) Lumezzane, Italy.
    • (160) Castelmartini, Italy.
    • (203) GiaGa Observatory, Italy.
    • (204) Schiaparelli Observatory, Italy.
    • (291) LPL/Spacewatch II, US/Arizona.
    • (511) Haute Provence, France.
    • (568) Mauna Kea, US/Hawaii.
    • (654) Table Mountain Observatory, Wrightwood-PHMC, US/California.
    • (691) Steward Observatory, Kitt Peak - Spacewatch US/Arizona.
    • (703) Catalina Sky Survey, US/Arizona.
    • (B18) Terskol, Russia.
    • (B38) Santa Mama, Italy.
    • (C23) Olmen, Belgium.
    • (C51) WISE
    • (C77) Bernezzo Observatory, Italy.
    • (D29) Purple Mountain Observatory, XuYi Station, China.
    • (F51) Pan-STARRS 1, Haleakala, US/Hawaii.
    • (G34) Oberfrauendorf, Germany.
    • (G45) Space Surveillance Telescope, Atom Site, US/New Mexico.
    • (G96) Mt. Lemmon Survey, US/Arizona.
    • (H06) iTelescope observatories, Mayhill, US/New
    • (H21) Astronomical Research Observatory, Westfield US/Illinois
    • (H45) Arkansas Sky Obs., Petit Jean Mountain South, US/Arkansas.
    • (I15) Wishing Star Observatory, Barrington, US/Rhode Island.
    • (I41) Palomar Mountain--ZTF,US/California.
    • (J43) Ouka├»meden Observatory, Marrakech, Morocco.
    • (J69) North Observatory, Clanfield,UK.
    • (K38) M57 Observatory, Saltrio, Italy.
    • (K83) Beppe Forti Astronomical Observatory, Montelupo, Italy.
    • (K91) Sutherland-LCO A, South Africa
    • (L04) ROASTERR-1 Observatory, Cluj-Napoca, Romania.
    • (T05) ATLAS-HKO, Haleakala, US/Hawaii. Observers
    • (T08) ATLAS-MLO, Mauna Loa,US/Hawaii.
    • (V04) FRoST, Anderson Mesa, US/Arizona.
    • (W34) Squirrel Valley Observatory, Columbus, US/North Carolina.
    • (W71) Rand II Observatory, Lake Placid, US/New York.
    • (Y00) SONEAR Observatory, Oliveira ,Brazil.
    • (Z21) Tenerife-LCO Aqawan A {#}1 Canary Islands (Spain).
    • (Z35) OAO University Observatory Station Aras,Spain.
    • (Z80) Northolt Branch Observatory, UK.
  • Perihelion Distance: 0.6304923524460032 (AU)
  • Aphelion Distance: 1.371788294334597 (AU)
  • Earth MOID: 0.017471 (AU), 6.7991956311354 (LD),   409.77865464 (Earth Radii), 1,624,030.9 (Miles), or 2,613,624.4(KM)
  • Close-Approach to Earth: Will safely pass Earth on 2020-Jun-24 at a Nominal Distance of  0.0251191828007878 (AU), 9.7756418039498  (LD), 589.165 (Earth Radii), 2,334,973.91 (Miles), or 3,757,776.3 (KM). "IF" the Earth was the Size of a Basketball flyby would be 228.7 feet ( 166.8 meters) away
  • Close-Approach to Earth Uncertainty: 
    • Distance (Maximum Distance (au) - Minimum Distance (au)): 0.025119195566403- 0.0251191700351812 = 2.55312E-08 or 3.8 KM(2.37 Miles)
    • Time Uncertainty (minutes):0.000771792121408675
  • Object velocity relative to Earth at close-approach [V-relative] (KM/S): 12.89
  • Object velocity relative to a massless Earth at close-approach[V-infinity](KM/S): 12.88
  • Visibility: 
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