Why do I get a message that my model is too far away when I want to zoom to a model origin?

Why do I get a message that my model is too far away when I want to zoom to a model origin?

Having a far away IFC origin is not a problem in ZOOM. However, zooming to this far away origin axis could create inaccuracy issues. Besides that, there would be nothing to see except for the origin axis in a big empty space.
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