The Asteroid 2018 VA2 Asteroid will hit Earth shortly after 1:00 GMT (UTC) on Friday, November 10th.
NASA expects the asteroid to whiz past at breakneck speed to become a potentially dangerous object.
Astronomers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) estimate that the asteroid dimensions are between 10 and 23 meters. A diameter of 20 meters (65.5 feet) can cause extensive damage.
The Chelyabinsk incident in Russia in 2013 is a prime example of chaos – about 1,500 people were injured when a meteor 65.5 feet wide exploded over Chelyabinsk. Matija Cuk, an astronomer at the University of British Columbia, Canada, said: "A smaller object about 20 meters in diameter hit the Chelyabinsk region in Russia and caused more than 1
"Most injuries occurred during the explosion-destroyed windows and watched spectators in buildings looking at the fireball.
"Fortunately, there are no fatalities due to Chelyabinsk's action." [LuckilyasteroidVA2willnotgetcloseenoughtotheplanetdespiteitsmanufactureaCloseEarthApproach
Close Earth approaches are used to describe comets or asteroids on trajectories that bring them incredibly close to the planet, but without the risk of contagion.
As NASA notes on the cosmic scale of things approaches can still be "millions or even tens of millions of kilometers" away.
In the case of Asteroid VA2, the space rock will reach 0.00480 astronomical units (AU) or 1.87 lunar distances (LD) of Earth.  An astronomical unit describes the distance between earth and sun – about 149 million kilometers.
Asteroid VA2 shortens this distance tomorrow to just 718,069 km.
] The distance is approximately 1.87 times the distance from Earth to the Moon.
According to the JPL, the asteroid races through the solar system at a speed of 14,920 mph or 6.67 km per second.
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As soon as the asteroid approaches Earth as close as possible, it will approach the Moon at 6:23 am (GMT) (UTC).
The space rock will then run around the Sun and return to Earth on October 21, 2026, March 25, 2027, and October 10, 2034.
The asteroid last visited the planet on October 24, 2005, February 23, 2003, and April 2, 1963.
The news comes after NASA announces that three major asteroids will hit the planet on Saturday, October 10 November, the earth will happen.