According to CNEOS, 2019 OU1 will approach Earth on Aug.
Both 2019 QS and 2019 OU1 have been classified by CNEOS as Apollo asteroids.
August 28, 2019 OU1
will be 40 times closer to Earth than Venus.
When the weekly average outdoor temperature was 23[degrees]C (73.4[degrees]F) during the second week of June, the energy consumptions of OU1 and OU2 were 79.1 kWh and 97.1 kWh, respectively.
The energy consumptions of OU1 and OU2 were 59.0 kWh and 74.0 kWh for the second week of June, which were 26% and 24% lower than the ventilation-assisted systems for the same period.
OU1 and OU2 consumed 65%-74% and 86%-90% of the total power consumption of the systems throughout the season.
Aside from being the biggest in the group, 2019 OU1 will also fly closest to Earth.
2019 OU1 is classified by CNEOS as an Apollo asteroid.
Two watt meters were utilized for the power measurement of OU1 and OU2.
The total daily energy consumption of both outdoor units and the average individual energy consumptions of OU1 and OU2 for the ventilation-assisted and nonventilated systems are provided in Figures 6a and 6b, respectively.