5 asteroids, including a 305 feet giant space rock to buzz Earth soon!

    NASA has again warned that a group of asteroids is set to pass Earth in the coming days. One of them is a 305-foot giant rock! Know what NASA revealed about these space rocks.
    By: HT TECH
    | Updated on: Jan 20 2023, 13:03 IST
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    Asteroid 2023 AT - NASA has warned that the asteroid, named Asteroid 2023 AT will make its closest approach to Earth today, January 20, at a distance of 4,4 million kilometers. It is nearly as big as a bus with a width of 42 feet. It is already hurtling towards the planet at a speed of 26039 kilometers per hour.  (Wikimedia Commons)
    1/4 Asteroid 2023 AT - NASA has warned that the asteroid, named Asteroid 2023 AT will make its closest approach to Earth today, January 20, at a distance of 4,4 million kilometers. It is nearly as big as a bus with a width of 42 feet. It is already hurtling towards the planet at a speed of 26039 kilometers per hour.  (Wikimedia Commons)
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    Asteroid 2023 AE1 - A relatively small asteroid with a size of 40 feet will fly past Earth by a very close margin on January 22. The asteroid, named Asteroid 2023 AE1, will make its closest approach with the planet at a distance of 1.4 million kilometers. The asteroid is travelling towards the planet at a blistering speed of 19933 kilometers per hour.  (Bloomberg)
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    2/4 Asteroid 2023 AE1 - A relatively small asteroid with a size of 40 feet will fly past Earth by a very close margin on January 22. The asteroid, named Asteroid 2023 AE1, will make its closest approach with the planet at a distance of 1.4 million kilometers. The asteroid is travelling towards the planet at a blistering speed of 19933 kilometers per hour.  (Bloomberg)
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    Asteroid 2019 BO2 – Another asteroid named 2019 BO2 will make its closest approach to Earth on January 24 at a distance of 4.6 million kilometers. The asteroid, with a width of 67 feet, is travelling at a staggering speed of 58345 kilometers per hour towards the planet.  (Pixabay)
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    3/4 Asteroid 2019 BO2 – Another asteroid named 2019 BO2 will make its closest approach to Earth on January 24 at a distance of 4.6 million kilometers. The asteroid, with a width of 67 feet, is travelling at a staggering speed of 58345 kilometers per hour towards the planet.  (Pixabay)
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    Asteroid 2019 BZ4 - NASA has issued an alert against another asteroid named Asteroid 2019 BZ4. According to NASA, it is the size of a house with a width of 62 feet. It is expected to fly past Earth closely on January 24 at a distance of 6.3 million kilometers. The asteroid is already on its way towards Earth, travelling at a speedy 20171 kilometers per hour. (Pixabay)
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    4/4 Asteroid 2019 BZ4 - NASA has issued an alert against another asteroid named Asteroid 2019 BZ4. According to NASA, it is the size of a house with a width of 62 feet. It is expected to fly past Earth closely on January 24 at a distance of 6.3 million kilometers. The asteroid is already on its way towards Earth, travelling at a speedy 20171 kilometers per hour. (Pixabay)
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    Asteroid 2023 AQ1 - The fifth and largest asteroid, named Asteroid 2023 AQ1 is heading for Earth and is expected to pass by the planet closely on January 25. Asteroid 2023 AQ1 is already on its way towards us travelling at a fearsome speed of 56507 kilometers per hour. The asteroid, with a width between 137 feet and 305 feet, will make its closest approach to Earth a distance of just 3.9 million kilometers.  (Pixabay)
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    5/4 Asteroid 2023 AQ1 - The fifth and largest asteroid, named Asteroid 2023 AQ1 is heading for Earth and is expected to pass by the planet closely on January 25. Asteroid 2023 AQ1 is already on its way towards us travelling at a fearsome speed of 56507 kilometers per hour. The asteroid, with a width between 137 feet and 305 feet, will make its closest approach to Earth a distance of just 3.9 million kilometers.  (Pixabay)
    First Published Date: 20 Jan, 13:02 IST
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