A large asteroid (1998 OR2) is due to pass on April 29. pic.twitter.com/71qA7bnYGO— Aeronautic & Space Science.(ASS) (@AeronauticsAnd) April 27, 2020
Awesome radar imagery of #asteroid (52768) 1998 OR2 & flyby simulation in video below.— Mark Steven ☀️🌏🌗🪐☄️✨🚀 (@_MarkSteven) April 26, 2020
It will have a SAFE “close” flyby of #Earth on April 29 & it’s closest approach will be 6.3 million kms.
Asteroid flybys are nothing new!
Credit: Arecibo Observatory/NASA/NSF/Steve Spaleta pic.twitter.com/Uji4aJWU0W
Have you been hearing about asteroid 1998 OR2’s close approach on April 29? Rest assured that this asteroid will safely pass Earth by 3.9 million miles/6.2 million km. Have other questions about #asteroids#planet#Space fact#Astranauts#Ask in inbox? pic.twitter.com/Lw0m23xK0p— Aeronautic & Space Science.(ASS) (@AeronauticsAnd) April 27, 2020