Planet 1998 OR2: Where is 1998 OR2? Live* tracker

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 --,---

Where is Asteroid 1998 OR2 now?

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Asteroid 1998OR2 is currently --,--- from us, getting --,--- towards us every second. It flies past Earth at --,---.

Since last night 1998OR2 is --,--- closer to us. Since you started looking at this page it is --,--- closer.

  • Asteroid 1998OR2
    Asteroid 1998OR2 captured by the Arecibo Radar in Puerto Rico. Credit: see image/@AreciboRadar

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. It was discovered by the Near Earth Asteroid Tracking program from NASA.

*This Interactive 3D Simulation is built on data provided by NASA JPL HORIZONS database for solar system objects and International Astronomical Union’s Minor Planet Center. Distances and speeds are estimates based on this data.

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