A massive asteroid over 22 meters to pass through Earth on Tuesday: NASA

U.S. According to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), a 22- to 49-meter-diameter planet will shoot at Earth at close distances from the Moon on Tuesday.

“Will Easter # Easter4 ES4 hit the Earth? No! The approach to 2011 ES4 is ‘close’ on the astronomical scale but there is really no danger of hitting the Earth. On Tuesday, September 1,” Posted on Saturday.

NASA has covered about 8.16 km. Estimated relative speed of the planet per second.

The last time the planet 2011 ES4 Fly was seen from Earth was four days from Earth. This time, it is 84.8484 lakh km from Earth. It will be closer to the earth at a distance of about 1.5 lakh km from the distant moon.

The asteroid, listed as a potentially dangerous asteroid, was first discovered in the spring of 2011 and passes through Earth every nine years.

According to NASA, “potentially dangerous asteroids” are currently defined based on parameters that measure the potential of asteroids to form dangerous close approaches to Earth.

Source (s): Xinhua News Agency