::(29075) 1950 DA


Author::earth    Title::asteroid    Jpldata::giorgini    Impact::radar    Distance::icarus    August::rotation

{{ safesubst:#invoke:Unsubst||$N=Use mdy dates |date=__DATE__ |$B= }} {{#invoke:Infobox|infobox}} (29075) 1950 DA is a near-Earth asteroid. Among asteroids more than 1 km in diameter, it is notable for having the highest known probability of impacting Earth.<ref name="risk-table"/> In 2002, it had the highest Palermo rating with a value of 0.17 for a possible collision in 2880.<ref name="NEO-1950DA"/> In 2013, the odds of an Earth impact in 2880 were estimated as 1 in 4,000 (0.025%) with a Palermo rating of −0.83.<ref name=Farnocchia2013/> In 2014, the odds of an Earth impact were further reduced to only 1 in 20,000 (0.005%) with a Palermo rating of −1.81.<ref name="risk-table"/> (29075) 1950 DA is not assigned a Torino scale rating, because the 2880 date is over 100 years in the future.

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