A NASA report revealed that three largest asteroids of the size of pyramid will pass near Earth, closer to the moon tomorrow.
The asteroid’s largest diameter, called the 2019 OD , Up to 120 meters, and will pass at a speed of 19.17 kilometers per second (42,882 miles per hour), NASA report said.
The asteroid will pass at a distance of at least 219,748 miles, closer to the moon, a distance that represents a great danger.
2019 OD is one of three asteroids that will fly to Earth tomorrow, according to NASA’s Near-Earth Objects Study Center. The smaller asteroid is known as 2019 OE, and will pass at a distance of 601,917 miles.
The last asteroid, known as 2015 HM 10, which reaches a diameter of 110 meters, will also pass a much larger distance of 2914.043 miles.
NASA said there was currently no asteroid expected to hit the ground in the next century. However, the head of the IAEA’s Jim Bernstein warned that a deadly asteroid could hit Earth during our lifetime, unless we do more to protect the planet.