That article confirms that the asteroid is not a threat. It misses the Earth. There are lots of space rocks out there. They hit the Earth in the
thousands every day. This is bigger and it misses. I'm not doubting the existence of the rock, just the claim that it will hit the Earth.
Nearly four years after launching its Kepler space telescope to search for worlds outside our solar system, NASA officials confirmed Tuesday they had
yet to find a planet with sufficient resources to support the space-exploration agency and its 18,000 employees.
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