The largest asteroid in the group is larger than the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt. According to the agency's Center for Near-Earth Object Studies (CNEOS), Earth will be visited by a total of seven asteroids on October 8. According to CNEOS, these are 2019 TU, 2019 TW1, 2019 RK, 2019 TC1, 2019 SB6, 2019 TM and 2019 TS.
These asteroids will arrive early Tuesday.
Although most of these asteroids approach the Earth from very safe distances, one of them is expected to fly near the planet.  According to CNEOS, 2019 T1 will slip out of 0.00378 astronomical units, or about 351,000 miles, on the planet, which is only slightly larger than the distance between Earth and Moon.
The next group of asteroids will enter the earth locality on October 9th.
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With diameters between 29 and 38 meters, the approaching asteroids are relatively small deadly.
Asteroid, 2019 TV1 and 2019 TZ will fly past the Earth from a distance of several million kilometers, while in 2019 SL7 will fly past the Earth at a distance of only 0.00363 astronomical units or about 337,000 kilometers.
Only one asteroid will fly past Earth on October 10th.
ONLY IN: A rock tracked by NASA is getting as close as the moon tonight, with diameters averaging 25 to 90 meters.
It is expected that these four asteroids will visit near Earth between early Saturday, British time.
The last asteroid to fly on Earth this week is called TT1 in 2019.  This 38-meter-wide asteroid will approach Earth on October 13 at a distance of 0.00744 astronomical units, or approximately 692,000 miles.
It has recently become known that NASA is intensifying its preparations for the fight against the "god of chaos". Rock Apophis, who could arrive in the next 10 years.
Even SpaceX founder Elon Musk has responded by making a deterrent assessment of our planet's defense capabilities against artificial intelligence and an asteroid impact on space rock.
Asteroid the size of Apophis can wreak havoc on a planetary scale.
The last time we saw this was 66 million years ago, when the dinosaurs were extinguished.