Several Asteroids were recently discovered. Again, the whole world sleeps.
By Mike Wall, Space.com Senior Writer | February 8, 2019 07:21am ET Astronomers have just found an asteroid that zips around the sun every 165 Earth days. That’s the shortest year for any asteroid known to humankind, discovery team members said. And the space rock, called 2019 AQ3, could be part of a vast and virtually unknown population zooming through the inner solar system, quite
This asteroid came very close. Miss Distance: 0.08(LD) or 19,171 miles Size: 9 Feet – 20 Feet Velocity: 26,502 mph