The asteroid trio will approach Earth's position on the so-called "near-Earth approach orbit". NASA predicts that the three asteroids will arrive in our corner of space on Saturday, October 19. One of the asteroids will fly past at a speed of almost 28,968 km / h.
What do we know about NASA's tracked asteroids?
NASA has named all three near-Earth asteroid objects or NEOs.
Organizations such as NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) are closely watching the near-Earth NEOs.
NEOs are all comets and asteroids whose orbits are approaching Earth's orbit around the Sun.
NASA said, "An NEO includes all asteroids, meteoroids or comets orbiting the Sun within a 30 million km radius."
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Asteroid 2019 TG7
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Will one of the asteroids hit the planet on Saturday?
Despite the three space rocks approaching Earth, none of them will be close enough to threaten our homeworld.
The three asteroids will be TK5 in 2019 at a distance of approximately 0.00640 astronomical units (AU).
An astronomical unit measures the distance between Earth and the Sun or approximately 93 million miles (149.6 million km).
In other words, the asteroid will reduce this to just 957,426 km.
NASA said, "While they are orbiting the Sun, near-Earth objects may occasionally approach Earth.
"Note that a & # 39; nah" Astronomical transitions can be very distant human: millions or even tens of millions of kilometers. "