2002 JR100
ephemeris date magn radius delta (AU) delta (LD) delta (km) ra dec elong phase
Brightest21 Aug 201920.61.035 AU0.060 AU23.22 LD8,927,214 km20h51m+55°06'111.1°65.8°
Today23 Aug 201920.61.027 AU0.056 AU21.65 LD8,324,132 km20h13m+59°59'104.9°72.1°
Approach28 Aug 201921.31.002 AU0.050 AU19.32 LD7,428,678 km16h07m+66°17'79.2°98.0°

Based on its absolute magnitude (Hₒ) of 24.3 and an albedo between 0.25 and 0.05, the estimated diameter of 2002 JR100 is 35 - 80 m.

2002 JR100- 2019-08-23

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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.

(Left-click and drag to rotate the view; right-click and drag to move the view; use scroll wheel to zoom in our out.)

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

The following all-sky chart shows the path of of the NEO in the coming months.

The following chart shows the path of the NEO in the coming days or hours. The field of view is optimized for (~10x50) binoculars and finderscopes. A more printer-friendly version of the same chart can be found below.