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NASA's tracking telescope in Goldstone, Ca., makes its upcoming schedule available online.
On this schedule last updated Jan 2nd is asteroid 2007 TU24, headed towards Earth on January 29th, 2008, which NASA marks as an "Extremely strong target." [emphasis theirs]
You will also note that it is marked as needing astrometry. (Astrometry is the branch of astronomy that relates to precise measurements and explanations of the positions and movements of stars and other celestial bodies, according to Wikipedia.) Yet, in the one article I've read about TU24 "scientists" claim there is 0 probability of impact with Earth. With no explanation as to why there is 0 probability, it sounds more like wishful thinking.