5 asteroids crossing Earth today at 12.00 pm EDT or 9.30 pm IST. The largest among the asteroids is called 2020 KF, measuring almost 144-foot in diameter, which will fire past our Earth at 24,000 miles per hour. As per NASA’s Center for Near-Earth Object Studies (CNEOS) reports, a 108-foot wide 2020 KK7 asteroid has flown past the Earth at 4.43 am EDT or 2.13 pm IST.

Next one will be the 115 feet wide 2020 KD4 which will fly by at 12,000 miles per hour at 8.47 am EDT or 6.17 IST, at a range of 2.5 million miles away. Largest of the asteroids is called 2020 KF, measuring 144-foot in diameter, which will fire past our planet at 24,000 miles per hour at 12.00 pm EDT or 9.30 pm IST.

2020 KJ1, a 105-feet wide asteroid, treading along at 11,000 miles per hour, flying by Earth at 2.57 pm EDT, passing some 1.3 million miles from the Earth at its closest factor. At last, there will be the asteroid identified as 2020 KE4 which has an estimated diameter of about 171 feet. According to CNEOS, the asteroid is currently headed for our planet at a speed of over 20,000 miles per hour.

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2020 KK7

108-foot wide 2020 KK7 asteroid has flown past the Earth at 4.43 am EDT or 2.13 pm IST.

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2020 KD4

115 feet wide 12,000 miles per hour at 8.47 am EDT or 6.17 IST, at a range of 2.5 million miles away

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2020 KF

144-foot in diameter, which will fire past our planet at 24,000 miles per hour at 12.00 pm EDT or 9.30 pm IST.

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2020 KJ1

A 105-feet wide asteroid, treading along at 11,000 miles per hour, flying by Earth at 2.57 pm EDT.

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2020 KE4

171 feet wide asteroid, currently headed for our planet at a speed of over 20,000 miles per hour

2020 KE4 will most likely won’t cause any impact on Earth even if it hits the planet during one of its near-intersection flybys.

Dhanalakshmi Rajasekar

From her perch in Chennai as a Software Tester in Wipro, Dhanalakshmi writes about women empowerment, politics, movies, and technology. we are distancing ourselves from all the effort that goes into it....

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