NASA Asteroid 2019 BC3 is an asteroid named "Earth Close Approach" tomorrow. NASA's asteroid followers spend weekly weekly 5.59pm GMT on Wednesday, January 31. When this happens, Asteroid will raise BC3's power over Earth at 29.500mph or 13.22km at enormous speeds per second. Fortunately, there's nothing to worry about, because the sharp brush will lose a weekly weekly three million miles (4.67 million km).
However, the size and velocity of the asteroids must be taken into account, enough for NASA to pay close attention.
According to a US space agency, asteroids are called "Near Earth Object" (NEO).
NEOs are asteroids and comets in orbital paths, which are dangerous to our home world.
NASA explains: "When the sun is in orbit, Earth Near Objects occasionally reaches the Earth.
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"Note that the" nearest passage "is astronomically far from humans: millions or tens of millions of miles."
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NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) scientists calculate eight times more than two London bus decorations in Pasadena, California, BC3.
An asteroid measures at 101.7ft of 226.4ft (31m to 69m) in diameter.
At the top of this scale, the rocky space rock is 30 times larger than the Queen Size Bed and 17 times the Volkswagen Beetle car.
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Although asteroids are approaching a 101.7 ft wide (31m), the threat that BC3 may still pose is a major disaster.
A smaller asteroid wounded more than 1,500 people and damaged more than 7,000 buildings six years ago.
The so-called Chelyabinsk Meteor 2013 did not notice the atmosphere of the soil and it reached high speeds, where it fell more than Russia.
The Helsimako Nuclear Bomb Strength was 30 times.
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After assault on asteroids, NASA calls space rock "a cosmic awakening of earth-threatening lands in space."
NASA's Planetary Defense Officer Lindley Johnson said: "Chelyabinsk's events drew attention to what needs to be done to detect larger asteroids before stopping our planet."
But the good news is that the asteroid BC3 will not arrive tomorrow afternoon, even though it is closest to it.
NASA's JPL scientists believe that space rock will approach Earth from estimated 0.03122 astronomical units (au).
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The distance between the Earth and the Sun is an astronomical unit measuring 93 million miles (149.6 million km).
Asteroid BC3 will significantly reduce this distance to 2.9 million km (4.76 million km) tomorrow.
Approximately 12.15 equivalent to Lunar Distances (LD) or 12.15 times the distance between Earth from the Moon.
BC3 Following the Earth, NASA's asteroid followers do not expect space rock to visit future space corners.