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A massive asteroid the size of the Empire State Building is about to pass Earth. Here's how to track it

4 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

A screenshot of NASA's Eyes website which lets you track asteroids as they pass by Earth. NASA
An asteroid the size of the Empire State Building is expected to fly past Earth next week.
NASA has classified the huge space rock as "potentially hazardous."
The asteroid will stay 1.2 million miles away from Earth and can be tracked online.
A massive asteroid is heading towards Earth. But don't worry, the asteroid won't hit the planet like in the Netflix movie "Don't Look Up." In fact, it will travel approximately 1.2 million miles away from Earth- that's over five times the distance between...
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