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2014 MV67 (also written 2014 MV67) is a lost asteroid with an observation arc less than 1 day. It has an assumed orbital eccentricity and a very poorly constrained orbit. Depending on the orbit, it could be a potentially hazardous asteroid roughly 540 meters (1,770 feet) in diameter. It was discovered on 24 June 2014, when the asteroid was estimated to be 0.97±0.75 AU from Earth and had a solar elongation of 161 degrees.

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  • 2014 MV67 (also written 2014 MV67) is a lost asteroid with an observation arc less than 1 day. It has an assumed orbital eccentricity and a very poorly constrained orbit. Depending on the orbit, it could be a potentially hazardous asteroid roughly 540 meters (1,770 feet) in diameter. It was discovered on 24 June 2014, when the asteroid was estimated to be 0.97±0.75 AU from Earth and had a solar elongation of 161 degrees.
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  • April 2020
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  • 81216.0
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  • Grammar. Does it mean to say "At aphelion, it may be ~7 AU from the Sun", and shouldn't that be "more than 9 AU"?
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  • It could be near aphelion 7 AU from the Sun
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  • 2014 MV67 (also written 2014 MV67) is a lost asteroid with an observation arc less than 1 day. It has an assumed orbital eccentricity and a very poorly constrained orbit. Depending on the orbit, it could be a potentially hazardous asteroid roughly 540 meters (1,770 feet) in diameter. It was discovered on 24 June 2014, when the asteroid was estimated to be 0.97±0.75 AU from Earth and had a solar elongation of 161 degrees. The 22 March 2018 and 3 April 2019 virtual impactors did not occur. The uncertainty region of ±10 billion km wraps around the entire orbit so the asteroid could be anywhere on any of the numerous orbit fits. It could be near aphelion 7 AU from the Sun (beyond the orbit of Jupiter). The asteroid was not expected to be near Earth anytime during 2019. With an almost meaningless 1-day observation arc, the Sentry Risk Table shows an estimated 1 in 3 billion chance of the asteroid impacting Earth on 22 March 2022. The nominal JPL Horizons 22 March 2022 Earth distance is 3.5 AU (520,000,000 km; 330,000,000 mi) with a 3-sigma uncertainty of ±16 billion km. NEODyS lists the nominal 22 March 2022 Earth distance as 2.2 AU (330,000,000 km; 200,000,000 mi).
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  • 24 June 2014 (JD 2456832.5)
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