'Bigger Than Chelyabinsk' Asteroid To Skim By Earth | Orbit Animation

2013 TX68 (100 feet in diameter) will fly-by Earth on March 5th, 2016 no closer than 11,000 mi. But, due to a lack of precise observational data, the distance could be as much a 9 million mi. The diameter of the space rock is about 35 feet larger than the one that slammed into Earth's atmosphere in 2013. There is an estimated 1 in 250 million chance of impact a year and a half later, on September 28th, 2017. [Read More About Asteroid 2013 TX68]

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