The orbit of a small asteroid constantly changes after Earth orbits

A Hungarian star that spotted a small asteroid before hitting Earth earlier this month has almost had a second chance at seeing another spacecraft seen in a board with the ground. Now, however, the body has passed through Earth thousands of miles.

Krisztián Sárneczky, an observer at the Konkoly Observatory near Budapest in Hungary, observed asteroidabout 6.6 to 14 feet (2 to 4 meters) in size, respectively EarthSkyon Thursday night (March 25), when the pain was coming Earth. Since then dubbed 2022 FD1, the asteroid has made its way into Earth’s shadow over the Pacific Ocean a few hours later, on Friday (March 26) at 3:10 am EDT (0810 GMT) .

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