Near-Earth Asteroid 2023 MU2 very close encounter: online observation – 25 June 2023
Next 25 June 2023, the near-Earth asteroid 2023 MU2 will have a very close, but safe, encounter with us, coming at about 215000 km from the Earth, about 60% of the average lunar distance. The Virtual Telescope Project will show it to you live!
The near-Earth asteroid 2023 MU2 was discovered on 21 June 2023 and announced the following day. Its diameter in estimated in the 3.8 – 8.6 meters range, while the minimum distance will be reached on 25 June 2023, at 23:19 UTC (source: Nasa/JPL). Of course, there are no risks at all for our planet.
The Virtual Telescope Project will show it live, online, while it will be at its minimum distance from us. This way, you can have a look from the comfort of your home.
The live feed will start on 25June 2023 at 23:00 UTC.
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