NASA says could pass as close as 11,000 miles from Earth

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NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory declared on Tuesday that a space rock could pass to a great degree near Earth one month from now, much closer than the Moon. Space rock 2013 TX68 will make its nearest go by Earth on March 5. The space rock, which has a distance across of 100 feet (30 meters), could be mistaken for far out as 9 million miles (14 million kilometers) or as close as 11,000 miles (17,000 kilometers). The normal separation of the Moon from the Earth, by examination, is 238,555 miles (384,400 kilometers), as per NASA. By, the variety out yonder relies on upon the direction of the space rock, which researchers couldn't anticipate, since they were just ready to track the space rock for a couple of days after it was found on Oct. 6, 2013. What NASA researchers are certain about is that there is no chance the space rock could hit the Earth this time, in spite of the fact that there is a 1-in-250-million chance it could hit our planet on its next go, on Sep. 28, 2017. Regardless of the possibility that it hits the Earth, it is too little to bring about any genuine harm. It would likely separate in the environment and blow separated in a blast from an approaching space rock called an "air burst. Observe full video to think about the Asteroid close miss: NASA says could be mistaken for close as 11,000 miles from Earth.
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