The object moves at a speed of 13.4 kilometers per second and will pass as close to Earth as possible on June 25.
The space object reaches a length of 187 meters. The asteroid is moving at a speed of 13.4 kilometers per second and will fly as close to our planet as possible on June 25.
However, it should be noted that the “closest distance” in fact is not so close – it exceeds the distance from Earth to the Moon by more than 15 times.
Nevertheless, by the standards of space, the object is considered to be “approaching the Earth”.