The asteroid "52768", great from a minimum of 1.7 to a maximum of 4 kilometres, was spotted for the first time in '98. According to scientists, it will take about 6 million kilometres from Earth, travelling at a speed of 8.7 miles per second. Experts have defined as "potentially dangerous" because it will pass near the orbit of the earth, but is not among those that may cause adverse impacts that would have "devastating effects". According to astronomers, there is a chance of 50 thousand that an asteroid can hit the Earth within 100 years.
On April 29. asteroid 1998 OR2 will safely pass Earth by 3.9 million miles/6.2 million km. To @Daily_Express article implying there is a "warning" about this asteroid is false. A complete listing of all asteroid passes is always public at https://t.co/i6i8HwCDJq. Carry on!— Asteroid Watch (@AsteroidWatch) March 4, 2020
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