A skyscraper-sized asteroid will cross near Earth on September 14, according to the British newspaper Independent, quoted by BNT.
The asteroid is named 2000 QW7 and is between 290 and 650 meters in size. The celestial body is moving at 23 170 kilometers per hour and will travel 5.3 million kilometers from our planet. ] 2000 QW7 revolves around the sun and crosses the Earth Earth once every 20 years. 2000 QW7 last visited the area on 1 September 2000.
It is not a threat but NASA Chief Jim Bridenstein says there is a possibility the Earth to be hit by a big asteroid in the near future.
It is not predictable when this will happen, but in 2029, scientists will be able to observe an asteroid that will travel only 31