Tabloids have always had a lot of freedom with titles, but the coverage of asteroids called 2018 LF16 really leads us to the next level. Near Earth's rock has several titles on the NASA assessment. In fact, there are potential "risk tracks" and there may be courses on land between 2023 and 2117. However, hard data paints a lot less disturbing images.
The asteroid is quite large, with an estimated diameter of more than 200 meters and, despite the plague of the planet, it would be a bad planet. The good news is that there will be no such thing at all.
Asteroid's current coverage is a real demand for NASA's potential development of NASA's potential impact on groundwater. I mean, the 62 range is very similar, when you compare nothing, but if you consider comfort, the probabilities are not forever asteroid.
As NASA models show, real rock odds affecting Earth are 1 30,000,000. That's 30 million. In fact, the odds are so low because they have threatened the threat of an asteroid threat to folks 2018 LF16 0/10. "Zero" rating "The specified coefficient is zero or very low, effectively zero". 5/10 is a rating for astronomers to "threaten" and "some clashes". It will start with grades 8/10.
Now let's manage to manage the odds we've got to talk about rock. 2018 is a giant LF16 with the greatest rocky spaces that appear in our bosom, and it would not necessarily be a "planet-killer", it would definitely be dangerous for anyone in the area. Its strength would be equivalent to the destructive destructive nuclear power created by humanity.
Again, this is not so difficult, it is not worth the trouble, but it's always interesting to know what happens in our solar system.