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A Gigantic 1,600-ft wide asteroid to come close to Earth, says NASA

A Gigantic 1,600-ft wide asteroid to come close to Earth, says NASA

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In just 72 hours, the Earth will need to brace itself for a potential asteroid strike.

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According to NASA, an asteroid which is larger than the Empire State Building in New York City will come dangerously close to our planet.

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This 1,600-feet wide asteroid poses a threat unlike most asteroids this year due to its massive size and close proximity to Earth.

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The Jet Propulsion Laboratory that is run by NASA has revealed that the asteroid is named 388945 (2008 TZ3) and it is 1600-feet or 488 meters wide

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The space rock is going to make its closest approach to the Earth at a distance of 5,710,000 kilometers on May 15.

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NASA has been continuously watching the asteroid to ensure that it maintains its distance. At the moment, it is expected that the asteroid will make a safe passage and is not likely to impact against Earth.

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