Graphic indicates the cloud of possible locations asteroid 2013 TX68 will be in at the time of its closest approach to Earth during its safe flyby of our planet on March 5. The nearest point in this graphic above Earth represents the very closest the asteroid could possibly come — which is no closer than 11,000 miles. On the far left, a point indicates the very farthest out the asteroid could be when it flies past — about 9 million miles. With additional observations, scientists can typically recalculate and refine the known orbit of an asteroid, reducing the size and quantity of the cloud of potential locations during time of closest approach.
大きさ：直径約100 feet (30 meters)
どの位近づくか：9 million miles (14 million kilometers) くらい。