2013 CV83
ephemeris date magn radius delta (AU) delta (LD) delta (km) ra dec elong phase
Brightest10 Sep 201919.31.037 AU0.048 AU18.74 LD7,203,590 km01h58m+30°02'126.9°51.0°
Approach13 Sep 201919.81.014 AU0.041 AU16.11 LD6,193,698 km04h11m+47°28'99.2°78.5°
Today16 Sep 201920.80.997 AU0.045 AU17.65 LD6,784,288 km06h39m+51°05'77.2°100.2°

Based on its absolute magnitude (Hₒ) of 23.9 and an albedo between 0.25 and 0.05, the estimated diameter of 2013 CV83 is 45 - 100 m.

2013 CV83- 2019-09-16
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