Maximum rapprochement of asteroid 2016 FV13 with the Earth

April 11, 2016 the date by Earth flyby
At a distance of 1.8 LD
Notes: LD means “Lunar Distance.” 1 LD = 384,401 km, the distance between Earth and the Moon. 1 LD also equals 0.00256 AU. MAG is the visual magnitude of the asteroid on the date of closest approach.
Absolute magnitude H 26.0
Recent & Upcoming Earth-asteroid encounters:
Asteroid
Date(UT)
Miss Distance
Size
2016 FC13
Apr 1
12.8 LD
175 m
2016 GG1
Apr 2
12.2 LD
21 m
2016 FB13
Apr 3
1.2 LD
20 m
2016 FX7
Apr 3
10.1 LD
19 m
2016 FW13
Apr 5
0.8 LD
6 m
2016 GH1
Apr 5
2.1 LD
14 m
2016 GE1
Apr 5
1.4 LD
24 m
2002 AJ29
Apr 6
55.2 LD
1.5 km
2016 FT13
Apr 7
9.8 LD
18 m
2016 GF2
Apr 8
4.6 LD
19 m
2002 EB3
Apr 8
55.6 LD
1.2 km
2016 FG39
Apr 10
4.4 LD
18 m
2009 KJ
Apr 10
37.7 LD
1.6 km
2016 FV13
Apr 11
1.8 LD
28 m
2016 GU
Apr 11
2.7 LD
35 m
2005 GR33
Apr 13
7.7 LD
175 m
2016 FL12
Apr 13
9.6 LD
24 m
2016 FS14
Apr 14
13.7 LD
38 m
2016 FL13
Apr 15
9.7 LD
36 m
2008 HU4
Apr 16
4.9 LD
10 m
2016 GM2
Apr 16
12.6 LD
44 m
2016 FY12
Apr 17
5.9 LD
24 m
2016 FN13
Apr 19
13.9 LD
13 m
2016 GC1
Apr 21
8.9 LD
23 m
2016 FH12
Apr 23
7.8 LD
21 m
2016 FY3
Apr 25
6.3 LD
310 m
2001 VG5
Apr 28
52.4 LD
1.8 km
2014 US115
May 1
9.4 LD
52 m
2008 TZ3
May 5
13.1 LD
355 m
2014 JG55
May 8
7.6 LD
7 m

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