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2014 SC324 is a sub-kilometer asteroid and fast rotator, classified as a near-Earth object of the Apollo group, approximately 50 meters in diameter. It was first observed on 30 September 2014, by the Mount Lemmon Survey at an apparent magnitude of 21 using a 1.5-meter (59 in) reflecting telescope. With an absolute magnitude of 24.3, the asteroid is about 37–85 meters in diameter.

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  • 2014 SC324 est un astéroïde Apollon de 60 mètres de diamètre qui s'est approché à 580,000 kilomètres de la Terre (environ 1,5 fois la distance Terre-Lune) le 24 octobre 2014 à 19 h 31.
  • 2014 SC324 is a sub-kilometer asteroid and fast rotator, classified as a near-Earth object of the Apollo group, approximately 50 meters in diameter. It was first observed on 30 September 2014, by the Mount Lemmon Survey at an apparent magnitude of 21 using a 1.5-meter (59 in) reflecting telescope. With an absolute magnitude of 24.3, the asteroid is about 37–85 meters in diameter.
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  • 2014 SC324 est un astéroïde Apollon de 60 mètres de diamètre qui s'est approché à 580,000 kilomètres de la Terre (environ 1,5 fois la distance Terre-Lune) le 24 octobre 2014 à 19 h 31.
  • 2014 SC324 is a sub-kilometer asteroid and fast rotator, classified as a near-Earth object of the Apollo group, approximately 50 meters in diameter. It was first observed on 30 September 2014, by the Mount Lemmon Survey at an apparent magnitude of 21 using a 1.5-meter (59 in) reflecting telescope. With an absolute magnitude of 24.3, the asteroid is about 37–85 meters in diameter.
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  • 13 January 2016 (JD 2457400.5)
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