1998 BR26
ephemeris date magn radius delta (AU) delta (LD) delta (km) ra dec elong phase
Brightest2 Feb 201919.81.002 AU0.025 AU9.67 LD3,717,746 km05h50m+42°05'132.2°46.7°
Approach4 Feb 201920.20.992 AU0.021 AU8.30 LD3,190,965 km03h15m+63°21'105.4°73.4°
Today20 Mar 201927.30.839 AU0.348 AU135.44 LD52,072,327 km20h23m+09°11'53.8°106.6°

Based on its absolute magnitude (Hₒ) of 26.0and an albedo between 0.25 and 0.05, the estimated diameter of 1998 BR26 is 15 - 40 m.

1998 BR26- 2019-03-20
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The interactive orbit chart above shows the near-earth object's path through the solar system and its position at the given date. Green and blue lines are shown perpendicular to the ecliptic plane: Green if the path is above the ecliptic plane, blue if it is below.

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The lightcurve chart below shows the estimated development of the NEO's magnitude during its approach to earth.


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