Near-Earth Asteroid 2013 LR6 very close approach: online observing session

Near-Earth Asteroid 2013 LR6: orbit

Near-Earth Asteroid 2013 LR6: orbit

On July 8, at 04:43 UT, the small, just discovered asteroid 2013 LR6 will reach a minimum distance from the Earth of about 110.000 km. It is a very safe distance, so it will be a great show! The asteroid as an estimated diameter of 10 meters.

The Virtual Telescope Project offers you, as usual, an amazing opportunity to spot this asteroid live wile getting close.

The online event is scheduled for 7 June 2013, at 21:30 UT: to join, just enter – at that time and date our WebTV page here!

 

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