The so-called asteroid, called by NASA Asteroid 2014 MV67, threatens to hit Earth at one of three future dates. The closest date of potential cataclysm falls on April 3, 2019, less than two months. After that, Asteroid MV67 runs the risk of striking our native planet again on March 22, 2022 and March 26, 2025. The April strike is low, but the cataclysmic power of the asteroid is a force to be taken into consideration. astronomers from the JPL in California estimate the asteroid MV67 measures somewhere about 1772 feet (540 meters) in diameter.
This asteroid is as high as the Ottoman tower in Moscow, Russia, and is taller than the Eiffel Tower and the Empire State Building in New York, USA
The asteroid is about five and a half times higher than the clock Big Ben Tower in Westminster, London.
A terrifying image, NASA estimates that the asteroid moves in space at nearly 30,000 km / h or 1
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Asteroids: The cosmic stone can hit one of the three future NASA warned that the speed would quickly reach 38.877 km / h or 17.38 km / h.
In the event of an asteroid striking the Earth at full speed, the loss of life would be unimaginable. 19659003] According to NASA, the asteroid weighs an impressive 220,000,000,000 kg or 220,000,000 tons.
This means that the asteroid MV67 risks to hit our native planet with a power of 7,900 megaton (Mt) equivalent.  Read more: NASA Plan to Rescue the Earth by Derailing the 2 600FT Asteroid System
By comparison, the Little Boy Hiroshima nuclear bomb explodes only with a power of 13 to 18 kilotons (KT), which is about 13,000 to 18,000 tons of TNT.
NASA does not know an asteroid or a comet that is currently in the process of colliding with the Earth
Fortunately, there are no immediate Indicators that the asteroid will deviate sufficiently from its current trajectory to hit the Earth soon time.
NASA said: "NASA does not know about an asteroid or a comet that is currently in a collision with the Earth, so the probability of a big collision is quite small.
"In fact, the best we can say, will not have a big object to hit the Earth at any time in the next few hundred years."
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From Friday, February 15, NASA estimates there is a chance for an asteroid on Earth at 2100 million.
This means 0.000000047 chance of cataclysm or 99.999999953% chance of the asteroid to miss the Earth. in 2022 and 2025 are even smaller – one at 3,200,000,000 on both dates.
NASA follows the asteroid using its Sentry surveillance systems.
: NASA Systems Sentry is a highly automated collision monitoring system that continually scans the most up-to-date catalog of asteroids for future impact with the Sentry
Earth over the next 100 years.
"When a potential impact is detected, it will be analyzed and the results will immediately be published here, except in unusual cases where we seek independent confirmation."
Sentry's system and NASA's alarm for any potential hazard.
Once the scrambler is placed in the Sentry database, there is good opportunity for further orbital observations, and trajectory calculations will remove it from the list of potential threats.