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According to a list of the most concerning space objects complied by the European Space Agency, an asteroid, known as 2006 QV89, with a diameter wider than a football field has a roughly one in 7,000 chance of hitting the Earth later this year. The ESA has 2006 QV89 ranked fourth on its top ten list. It is likely that the asteroid will pass Earth at a distance of more than 4.2 million miles, according to current modeling.
Well, imo, this is it... We have been warned! They would never tell us, the chance is 1 to 70 or 1 to 7 because the panic will kill more people before the asteroid strikes.
not pinned as well...24h ago. The news made it to MSM today, 6h ago.