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The asteroid 2020 ST1 will fly safely past Earth at 11:55 UTC on November 12, at a distance of about 7.32 million kilometers at a speed of 8 kilometers per second.
Asteroid 2020 ST1 is potentially dangerous. The size of the asteroid can reach 257 meters. It was opened on August 27, 2020.
Discovered on August 27, 2020, Asteroid 2020 ST1 belongs to the Amur group. It makes one revolution around the Sun in 1404 Earth days or 3.84 Earth years, travels as far as 579 million kilometers from it as possible and approaches 155 million kilometers.
Currently, astronomers have not been able to accurately determine the size of the asteroid, but according to calculations it ranges from 115 meters to 257 meters. Asteroid 2020 ST1 is potentially dangerous.
Asteroid ST1 is on the 12th of this month, according to NASA data. According to ESA data, it is expected to get closer to the 14th.
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