NASA Asteroid Tracker: Will 1,870ft NEO Collide With Earth Tomorrow?
NASA has spotted the biggest asteroid that will approach Earth this month. According to the agency’s Center for Near Earth Object Studies (CNEOS), the potentially hazardous asteroid (PHA) is bigger than the Taipei 101 skyscraper. CNEOS has identified the massive asteroid as 2006 QQ23. As indicated in the agency’s tracking database, the asteroid is currently traveling with a velocity of 10,400 miles per hour. It is estimated to have a diameter of around 1,870 feet.