(322756) 2001 CK32

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2001 CK32
Discovery
Discovered by LINEAR
Discovery date February 13, 2001
Designations
MPC designation 2001 CK32
Aten asteroid,[1][2]
Mercury grazer,
Venus crosser,
Earth crosser
Orbital characteristics[2][3][4]
Epoch April 18, 2013 (JD 2456400.5)
Aphelion 1.002910769 AU
Perihelion 0.44804316 AU
0.725476965 AU
Eccentricity 0.3824157
0.617936208 y (225.701200 d)
42.31827°
Inclination 8.13191°
109.5025°
234.1055°
Physical characteristics
Dimensions 800 m[a][5]
18.7[2]

(322756) 2001 CK32, also written 2001 CK32, is a transient Venus co-orbital,[6][7] but also a Mercury grazer and an Earth crosser. It was once designated as a potentially hazardous asteroid.[citation needed]

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  • ^ This is assuming an albedo of 0.25–0.05.

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