The ominous rock that was named the "Halloween Asteroid" in October 2015, after coming dangerously close to Earth, will reappear in a few months' time.
The asteroid 2015 TB145 will be released this year in November, shortly after Halloween, again from a distance of 105 lunar distances.
Thomas Müller, a researcher from the Max Planck Institute, said, "The next more exciting encounter will be around the Halloween day in 2088, when the Earth's object approaches at a distance of about 20  "The encounter on Halloween Day 2015 was the closest approximation of an object of this size since 2006, and the next known similar event is the passage of 137108 on August 7, 2027.
" Later, Apophis 99942 will be on April 1
At 105 lunar distances from Earth, the Halloween asteroid will strike the planet at a distance of 25 million miles (40 million km).
T Three years ago, the asteroid raided the planet at a distance of about 302,000 miles (486,000 km) or 1.3 times the distance from the moon to the earth.
The asteroid aroused great interest among astronomers, not least because of its bizarre shape and
With an estimated width of 700m, the asteroid was the next space rock that came close to Earth by 2027.
The most interesting feature of the asteroid is its particular resemblance to a human skull when viewed from specific angles.
The skull-like features are most likely the result of an unusual number of boulders lying on the surface of the asteroid.
Astroid TB145 is classified as an Apollo-type Bear-Earth Asteroid (NEA) whose orbit brings it close to Earth.
The asteroid was rediscovered in October of last year, barely a year before the return of space rock.
Pablo Santos-Sanz from the Astrophysics Institute of Andalusia, among the many astronomers who studied the asteroid, said this year's approach offers astronomers the opportunity to study space rock.
He said, "Although this approach may not be so favorable, we will receive new data that could help us gain knowledge about this mass and other similar masses that are close to our planet."
According to NASA, the Asteroid is a dead comet that throws pieces away as it revolves around the sun.
US space According to the NASA agency "Infrared Telescope Facility" in Hawaii, the dead comet theory is supported.
Kelly Fast, IRFT Program Scientist at NASA Headquarters said in 2015: "The IRTF data may indicate that the object could be a dead comet, but in the Arecibo images it seems a skull
TB145 was originally discovered by the Pan-STARRS-1 Telescope of the University of Hawaii  The a steroid was notated for an unusual elliptical path that took it about every three Brings years close to the earth.