NASA’s Planetary Defense Network has warned of five asteroids approaching Earth this week. But all of these asteroids will travel less than 4.6 million miles from Earth. If a high-speed celestial sphere is likely to fall less than this distance from Earth, it is considered dangerous by the space agency. There is no destructive threat from these asteroids, but scientists are closely monitoring it. NASA’s sentry system is already monitoring this type of threat. It has 22 asteroids that are likely to collide with Earth in the next 100 years. The first two asteroids, 310 feet long 2013 XA22, passed 1.8 million miles from Earth and the other 64-foot asteroid 2020 KZ3 passed 761,000 miles from Earth on Tuesday. It is said that both of them have not reached the distance that could cause damage. Five asteroids likely to collide
The 65-foot asteroid 2020 KY will depart from Earth 4 million distances on Wednesday. Following that, the 65-foot asteroid will travel 3.6 million miles closer on Thursday. Similarly, on June 11, the 60-foot asteroid will depart from a distance of 2.3 million miles. Five asteroids have passed close to Earth since last week. Five asteroids likely to collide .
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