Neil DeGrass Tyson warns asteroids could hit Earth before election

There is a way to stop the vote.

According to celebrity scientist Neil Degrass Tyson, a refrigerator-sized planet could strike Earth a day before the November election – but it’s not big enough to do any serious damage.

The famous astrophysicist said that the spacecraft, known as 2018VP1, can damage the earth at a speed of 25,000 miles per hour and could clip the planet on November 2.
“He can conceive on Earth on November 2, the day before the presidential election,” he wrote on Instagram.

But he added that there is nothing to lose in flying object objects because “it is not so big to hurt.”
“So if the world ends in 2020, it won’t be the fault of the universe,” he said.

NASA has previously identified asteroid rockets to Earth, but its probability of actually hitting is less than 1 percent.

“Currently our planet has a 0.41% chance of entering the atmosphere, but if it does, it will disintegrate due to its extremely small size.” Said the space agency.