Asteroid 2019 JX1 flew past Earth at 0.46 LD

Asteroid 2019 JX1 flew past Earth at 0.46 LD

Asteroid designated 2019 JX1 flew past Earth at 0.46 LD / 0.00120 AU (179 517 km / 111 546 miles) on May 2, 2019. This is the 21st known asteroid to flyby Earth within 1 lunar distance since the start of the year.

2019 JX1 belongs to the Apollo group of asteroids. It was first observed at Palomar Mountain (ZTF), California on May 3, one day after it made its close approach to Earth.

Its estimated diameter is between 3.8 and 8.6 m (11.8 - 28.2 feet) and it flew past us at 12:39 UTC at a speed (relative to the Earth) of 14.53 km/s.

Ephemeris | Orbit Diagram | Orbital Elements | Mission Design | Physical Parameters | Close-Approach Data ]

 

NEODATE / TIME UTCDISTANCE LD | AU Diameter (m)
2019 JX1May 2 @ 12:39 ± 00:020.47 | 0.001203.8 - 8.6
2019 JKApril 30 @ 08:12 UTC ± 00:010.69 | 0.00178 7.1 - 16
2019 HEApril 20 @ 21:12 ± < 00:010.58 | 0.0014913 - 30
2019 GC6April 18 @ 06:39 ± 00:290.57 | 0.0014713 - 28
2019 GN20April 12 @ 07:06 ± < 00:010.98 | 0.0025314 - 31
2019 FP21March 31 @ 19:00  ±  07:460.93 | 0.00238 3 - 6.6
2019 FV1March 31 @ 05:27 ± < 00:010.87 | 0.002234.6 - 10
2019 FC1March 28 @ 05:46 ± < 00:010.27 | 0.00069 20 - 45
2019 FQMarch 23 @ 18:17 UTC ± < 00:010.86 | 0.00220 10 - 23
2019 EA2March 22 @ 01:53 UTC ± 00:020.80 | 0.0020518 - 40
2019 FAMarch 16 @ 01:14 UTC ± < 00:010.60 | 0.001544.9 - 11
2019 EN2March 13 @ 23:38 UTC ± < 00:010.86 | 0.002218 - 18
2019 EH1March 1 @ 17:38 UTC ± < 00:010.06 | 0.000162.5 - 5.7
2019 DFFebruary 26 @ 21:21 UTC  ± 00:090.47 | 0.001203.0 - 6.7
2019 DG2Febraury 26 @ 07:39 UTC ± 07:390.61 | 0.001585.4 - 12
2019 CN5February 11 @ 07:23 UTC ± 00:030.31 | 0.000797.3 - 16
2019 BZ3January 27 @ 23:29 ± < 00:010.13 | 0.00032 4.8 - 11
2019 BV1January 24 @ 20:53 ± < 00:010.35 | 0.00090 4.8 - 11
2019 BOJanuary 16 @ 01:13 ± 00:020.18 | 0.00046 6.3 - 14
2019 AE9January 12 @ 11:09 ± < 00:010.26 | 0.00067 9.9 - 22
2019 AS5January 8 @ 00:37 ± < 00:010.04 | 0.00010 0.92 - 2.1


References

2019 JX1 at Minor Planet Center; at CNEOS

Featured image: The green line indicates the object's apparent motion relative to the Earth, and the bright green marks are the object's location at approximately half hour intervals. The Moon's orbit is grey. The blue arrow points in the direction of Earth's motion and the yellow arrow points toward the Sun. Credit: Minor Planet Center

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