Very large asteroid 1998OR2 is on a close approach trajectory for April 29th 2020.
Asteroid 1998OR2 has a diameter of about 2 kilometres (1.3 mi) and it's speed is a sizzling 133,204 (82,769).
Where is Asteroid 1998 OR2 now?Space in 3D Web App
Asteroid 1998OR2 is currently --,---,--- (-,---,---) from us, getting - (-) closer to us every second. It flies past Earth at --,--- km/h (--,--- mph).
Since last night 1998OR2 is 163,000 km (101,000 mi) closer to us. Since you started looking at this page it is 0 km (0 mi) closer.
Will it hit or miss Earth?
The risk of a collision is currently estimated as low.
1998 OR2 was originally classified as asteroid number 52768.
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