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It is currently traveling at a speed of 18,000 miles per hour and will zip past Earth from a distance of 0.03875 astronomical units or 3.7 million miles away.
The Swedish train will run at a top speed of 135 miles per hour and maneuver through curves up to 50 percent faster than the Metroliner.
According to CNEOS, this asteroid has a velocity of around 20,000 miles per hour. Compared to the first two asteroids, 2019 OE is much smaller with an estimated diameter of 174 feet.
"I want to be the first human to go over 700 miles per hour [1,127 kph] on land," he says.
It has a diameter of 148 feet and is moving at a speed of 14,000 miles per hour.
As indicated in CNEOS' database, 2019 LR4 is currently traveling at a speed of about 18,500 miles per hour and is estimated to be 170 feet long.
It takes 12.5 seconds to reach 62 miles per hour from stop, and reaches a top speed of 108 miles per hour.
The fastest was Ornithomimus, which resembled a modern ostrich and probably ran at speeds of more than 50 miles per hour. Once Tyrannosaurus rex was considered the biggest predator the planet has known, but Giganotosaurus--fossils of which were found in Argentina in 1994--was 3 to 6 feet taller and up to 2 tons heavier than T.
Voyager 2 nabbed close-ups of a brilliant blue orb with swirling white clouds and a turbulent storm system with 2,000 kilometer (1,200 mile) per hour winds--by comparison, gale-force winds on Earth blow a 150 miles per hour.
"We need to fit a 17-inch diameter motor into a 24-inch chassis, and still ensure the motor is relatively light while delivering the performance to maintain speeds as high as 300 miles per hour. SolidWorks gives us the design visibility to make sure every component meets every single spec that could affect the car's overall performance."
From a standing start, the turbo-charged road racer is quicker to reach 60 miles per hour than it is to say its long-winded name, which is Subaru Impreza WRX STi WR1.
Cleveland averaged 96.5 miles per hour during two runs clocked according to Paul Hirsch, a spokesman the automotive supply company sponsoring the event.