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Asteroid Passing Earth Thursday Won't Hit Us—Yet

  • Thu, 12 Oct 2017 07:21
The Earth will be having a close call—astronomically speaking—when a 65-foot-wide asteroid buzzes past on Thursday, the Christian Science Monitor reports. According to AFP , asteroid 2012 TC4 will come within 27,000 miles of Earth—about one-eighth the distance between the Earth and moon and about 5,000... Science from Newser

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