Small asteroid to sweep close this weekend

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    Just saw this.


    “2018 WV1 was found on November 29 at the Catalina Sky Survey in Arizona, U.S. It will make a close encounter on Sunday morning, coming within 27,000 km (16,800 mi) from the Earth’s surface – closer than the geostationary satellites.”

    “Even if it had hit us, the object is too small to be a threat.”

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    Small asteroid to sweep close this weekend | EarthSky.org
     
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    DBD15E4E-8F27-452D-93F0-0A6C9F4A4269.png Of course this is how googles anounces the news, here’s a screen shot from my phone when I opened up google
     
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    I just realized the title says “mall” asteroid I meant “small” asteriod sorry
     
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