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Four huge asteroids will ‘pass by Earth’ in two days – and one is almost the size of a football field

FOUR asteroids will fly past Earth in two days, according to NASA observations.

The findings were released by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, a research development lab at the California Institute of Technology.


NASA observations have revealed that four asteroids will fly past Earth in two days.Credit: Getty

The Jet Propulsion Lab discovered the space rocks via its Asteroid Watch dashboard.

The four asteroids are considered Near-Earth Objects (NEOs) but are not “potentially hazardous”, meaning they do not pose a risk.

Asteroid 2022 SK1

This space rock will fly past our planet on September 22 at 12:02 a.m. EST.

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It measures approximately 187 feet in diameter and travels at a speed of 18,790 miles per hour.

The rock will approach Earth at a distance of 1,686,218 miles.

Asteroid 2022 ST1

This space rock will pass Earth Thursday at 3:09 p.m. EST

Asteroid 2022 ST1 is smaller than SK1, measuring about 72 feet in diameter.

According to NASA, it will approach our Earth at a relatively close distance of 949,565.

The alien rock moves at a very fast speed of 30,299 miles per hour.

Asteroid 2022 SG

On Thursday, asteroid 2022 SG will approach Earth at a safe distance of 1,743,986 miles.

This space rock, which measures a whopping 242 feet in diameter, will move at speeds of around 43,960 miles per hour.

Asteroid 2022 QH8

After its last visit in February 2019, asteroid 2022 QH8 returns on Thursday.

QH8 measures a whopping 288 feet in diameter, the size of a football field.

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It will fly past Earth at a distance of about 0.02710 Au, or 2,519,102 miles.

This space rock is currently moving at a speed of 34,180 mph and will not return until June 2078.


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