Asteroids contains simulations of asteroids which are in some way interesting or unusual.
2004 FH shows the very close encounter of asteroid 2004 FH with the Earth on 18th March 2004.
2016 HO3 shows the recently discovered strange object 2016 HO3 as viewed from the Earth.
Apophis shows the very close encounters of asteroid Apophis with the Earth on 13th April 2029 and 13th April 2036.
Earth Trojan shows the asteroid 2010 TK7, which orbits the Sun with a period of approximately one year, and was the first Earth Trojan to be discovered (in 2011).
Earth's Quasi-Moons shows four asteroids which orbit the Sun with periods of approximately one year, whilst occasionally spending periods circling the Earth.
Hildas shows the brighter Hilda asteroids - all those with an absolute magnitude less than 15.
Jupiter Trojans and Hildas shows the brighter Jupiter Trojans and Hilda asteroids - all those with an absolute magnitude less than 13.
Jupiter Trojans shows the brighter Jupiter Trojans - all those with an absolute magnitude less than 13.
Toutatis shows the close encounter of asteroid Toutatis with the Earth on 29th September 2004.
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