An asteroid came super close to Earth but NASA wasn't worried
Thursday, 12 October 2017 An asteroid passed 26,000 miles from Earth early Thursday morning, but NASA scientists weren't alarmed: They had been waiting for this space rock, named 2012 TC4, to cruise by for around five years.
The asteroid is estimated to be about 45 to 100 feet in diameter, so it never had the potential to catastrophically harm the...
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