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Bus-sized asteroid set to get within 93k miles of Earth TODAY

Bus-size asteroid is set to pass by Earth at about 93,000 miles TODAY traveling more than 26,000 miles per hour– but experts say it won’t make impact
An asteroid made a close approach to Earth Monday, October 19, 2020 at around 3:24pm ET. The object, which is estimated to measure 28 to 62 feet, came within 93,000 miles of our planet – 40 percent the average distance of the moon
An asteroid made a close approach to Earth Monday, October 19, 2020 at around 3:24pm ET. The object, which is estimated to measure 28 to 62 feet, came within 93,000 miles of our planet – 40 percent the average distance of the moon 

Labeled 2020 TF6, the asteroid was first discovered by the Mt. Lemmon survey on October 16 when it was some 600,000 miles from Earth. Although the space rock will ‘buzz cut’ Earth, it safely passed our planet moving over 26,000 miles per hour
Labeled 2020 TF6, the asteroid was first discovered by the Mt. Lemmon survey on October 16 when it was some 600,000 miles from Earth. Although the space rock will ‘buzz cut’ Earth, it safely passed our planet moving over 26,000 miles per hour

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