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Known as asteroid 2006 QV89, it has a diameter of 164 feet — that's double the width of the bolide that exploded in the atmosphere over Chelyabinsk in Russia in 2013. That came from behind the shadow of the sun and wasn't seen by astronomers until it was already entering our atmosphere.It is extremely unlikely, but the probability is actually higher than zero.

Asteroid Impact With Earth Not Entirely Impossible on September 9, 2019 | Inverse

DEEP in the South Pacific Ocean lies a graveyard of hundreds of fallen spacecraft. Point Nemo, Latin for "no one", is Earth's farthest zone from dry land, making it the ideal spot to crash defunct rockets and satellites.DEEP in the South Pacific Ocean lies a graveyard of hundreds of fallen spacecraft. Point Nemo, Latin for “no one”, is around 4,000 metres deep and further from land than any point on Ea…

Nasa has 'space graveyard' hidden under the sea where hundreds of dead spacecraft are buried – and it's at farthest place from human civilisation

AN ASTEROID flying around the solar system at more than 13,500mph (21,726kph) will come hurtling past our home planet tomorrow afternoon, NASA’s asteroid trackers have revealed.AN ASTEROID flying around the solar system at more than 13,500mph (21,726kph) will come hurtling past our home planet tomorrow afternoon, NASA’s asteroid trackers have revealed.

NASA asteroid tracker: A 180FT asteroid will approach the planet tomorrow at 13,500mph | Science | News | Express.co.uk