NASA Warns a Kilometer-Wide Asteroid is Passing by Earth Next Week
The space item could have a nearby experience with Earth after Valentine’s Day.
The space rock is barrelling toward the circle of the Earth in under seven days, the US space organization, the Public Aviation Space Organization (NASA), cautions.
The specialists at NASA have been following this enormous space rock. Incidentally, it might actually crash inside the circle of our home planet one year from now.
NASA Warns Asteroid to Pass by Earth in Less Than a Week
NASA has ordered a one-kilometer space rock as a close Earth object, according to a new report by Day to Day Star.
The huge space rock, known as 199145 (2005 YY128), is allegedly conceivably colliding with the circle of our home planet.
Everyday Star notes in its report that the said space rock is supposed to barrel toward Earth on February 16. It will generally be 2.8 million miles from our home planet.
The media outlet points out that NASA has yet to confirm whether or not the space rock will collide with the Earth’s equator. Furthermore, the space organization remained silent if it could cause harm.
How Big is the Asteroid?
Regardless of that, NASA sees that the space rock is around 1 kilometer wide, estimated at 1,870 to 4,265 feet.
Furthermore, the Day to Day Star reports that it is more extensive than the well-known Brilliant Door Scaffold in the United States.
It is significant that NASA recognizes the fact that space rocks no larger than 82 feet in diameter usually crash before entering the Earth’s environment. It is because of their small size.
In any case, the space rock, which would possibly pass by Earth, is way greater than 82 feet.
Recent Asteroid with Earth Close Encounter
The new space rock possibly barreling towards our home planet after Valentine’s Day comes less than a month after another space rock had a nearby experience with Earth.
News.com Australia reports that the new space object is measured at 11.5 to 28 feet. All things considered, the approaching space rock is fundamentally bigger than the past one.
The previous space rock is roughly the size of the largest African elephant, or to some extent the size of a container truck.
It had its close encounter with the Earth on January 27, and it just passed by without doing any harm to our home planet.
It is critical to note that the likelihood of space rocks colliding with our planet is extremely low. Also, the specialists at NASA are intently checking close accounts like this.