|Discovered by Catalina Sky Survey|
MPC designation 2007 YV56
Minor planet category Apollo NEO, PHA
Absolute magnitude 21
Discoverer Catalina Sky Survey
|Discovery date 31 December 2007|
Alternative names MPO 303339
Discovered 31 December 2007
Asteroid group Apollo asteroid
|Discovery site Catalina Mountains north of Tucson, Arizona, USA|
(456938) 2007 YV56 is a small asteroid that is a Near-Earth object and an Apollo asteroid.
The orbit of 2007 YV56 makes it a Potentially Hazardous Asteroid (PHA) that is predicted to pass within 0.001654 AU (247,400 km) of the Earth in the year 2101. For comparison, the distance to the Moon is about 0.0026 AU (384,400 km).
The Jupiter Tisserand invariant, used to distinguish different kinds of orbits, is 4.160.