It takes approximately 271 days for one solar orbit to complete and the current velocity of the Asteroid relative to the Sun is 24.63 km/s. 2023 DW is 0.49 AU away from the Sun.
Ceres is the largest asteroid in our solar system. It measures 939 kilometers in diameter. According to NASA, an asteroid with a diameter of around 96 kilometers could be enough to completely extinguish life on Earth, and smaller asteroids can still cause considerable damage.
NASA not only uses its space telescopes and observatories like the NEOWISE to observe and study distant asteroids, but also a variety of ground-based telescopes such as the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) located in the Antofagasta Region of the Atacama Desert in Chile.