Physical properties of PHA 2014 JO25 from a worldwide observational campaign

The study of minor planets is motivated both by fundamental science of Solar System origins (some of these bodies contain the most pristine materials from the early ages of the planetary nebula), and by practical reasons concerning space exploration and impact frequency with Earth. Among minor bodies, near-Earth asteroids (NEAs) are a particularly important group: these objects are nearby the Earth’s orbit and they represent both resources and hazards to humans. This is the case of 2014 JO25.