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Two small asteroids in unrelated orbits will pass within the moon's distance of the Earth on Wednesday, according to NASA.
It's an unusual event that shows the need for closer monitoring of near space for Earth-threatening encounters, a scientist with the program said.
"Things like this happen every day that we simply don’t know about because we don’t have the telescopes large enough to find them or surveys that are looking full-time,"
Originally posted by rajaten
reply to post by stereologist
Whats best the reflective or refractive telescopes if I want to see nibiru?
Originally posted by stereologist
reply to post by Three_moons
I think the unusual is 2 pieces this size on the same day. The usual is that rocks come by often. It's another time that the article wasn't checked by someone else before it went out the door.