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Discovered on January 21 (Saturday) by amateur astronomer Gennadiy Borisov in Crimea.

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The near-Earth asteroid, known as 2023 DZ2, is thought to be 140 to 310 feet (40 to 95 meters) wide.

. The asteroid, which has been given the name 2023 BU, was spotted by NASA’s Centre for Near Earth Object Studies (CNEOS) on January 21 and is scheduled. m.

What Is Asteroid BU 2023. .

Comet now visible in the night sky may never return to Earth;.

It was only discovered a month ago and is.

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Although that sounds really far away, in the realm of space distance, it’s really close.

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It’s closest approach to Earth was about. . .

Esperamos você!. 7 -. 2023 BU is estimated to between 11. . ) away from Earth earlier this year. Mar 25, 2023 · A huge asteroid will be visible from Earth through binoculars on Saturday night as it passes between us and the Moon.

A combination of precise optical and radar astrometry has the potential to refine orbital uncertainties sufficiently to reveal perturbations due to solar radiation pressure and to estimate the area/mass ratio.

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Discovered on Saturday January 21 by amateur astronomer Gennadiy Borisov in Crimea.

As mentioned above, the next full Moon will be on Sunday afternoon, February 5, 2023, at 1:29 PM EST.

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It was only discovered a month ago and is.