Aten and NEO 2020 KJ4 - close passer


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The object was discovered on May,24 2020 from G96 Mt. Lemmon Survey
Earth MOID = 0.00031 AU

Minor planet center's orbital elements and Ephemeris,    JPL Small body database geocentric flyby diagram by MPC
 


The flyby happened between Earth and Moon

NEO Aten 2020 KJ4 is passing the Earth on May, 28 2020 in 0.00043198 AU distance ~ 64,623 km ~ 40,155 miles    
The object is 4 meter large in diameter and will not hit the Earth this orbit.

Here you can see a gif animation for fun (measurements are based on other stacks).

2020 KJ4 by Bernhard Häusler, Dettelbach, Germany    

© 2020-05-26 by Bernhard Haeusler, Dettelbach, Germany                                                      

three stacked images from a stack of 32 37sec. exposures, 2020-05-26 UT00:06, 0.30-m f/6.15 SCT +  CCD
19.5 mag, H=29.9, e= 0.13625, diameter about 4 meter


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