However, about 3.2 million miles from our planet, 13 times from the moon, NASA says, so there is no real cause for concern.
These types of events are very natural. Last August, an asteroid estimated the same size as the 2002 NN4 Earth had passed through, and experts at that time called it the moderate size.
However, Johnson said at the time that the possibility of an asteroid colliding with Earth is very small – occurring every two or three centuries.
Being millions of miles away, this shouldn’t be the case with the 2002 NN4. So you can spend a Saturday evening relaxing, knowing that the asteroid will actually not come to bomb us. At least today.
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