An asteroid 90% larger than other celestial bodies will approach Earth on Saturday
A asteroid will touch the Earth on Saturday and in the following days. The celestial body is 1,000 feet in diameter and has been named 2002 NN4. It has a brightness of H = 20.1 and a variable speed that can reach a maximum of 11 kilometers per second. NASA is monitoring it carefully because it is 90% larger than the average of other asteroids.
However, NASA reassures and the possibility that the asteroid hits the earth is remote. The safety distance should be guaranteed and would correspond to 5 million kilometers, with the celestial body reaching this position at 5.20 on a Saturday.
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