Near-Earth Asteroid 2014 DX110: path in the sky

Near-Earth Asteroid 2014 DX110: path across the stars

Near-Earth Asteroid 2014 DX110: path across the stars

The chart above shows the path in the sky of 2014 DX110 around the minimum distance (5 Mar., 21:00 UT). The position is given every 20 minutes and was specifically calculated for the Virtual Telescope observing site in Central Italy. Plot made with TheSkyX Pro by Software Bisque.

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  1. stephen fillipsie says:

    what direction will it be seen ? i live in pittsburgh pa

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