An asteroid approaches Earth on January 18, how should I prepare?

asteroid 2.5 times the size of the Empire State Building, the closest to the world How do amateur astronomers prepare? What do you need to know? Check it out.

before National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA or “NASA” released data on the asteroid 7482 or “1994 PC1”, which is scheduled to come closest to Earth at a distance of about 1.98 million kilometers on January 18, 2022.

Later, on the 12th of Jan. CNN news agencyNASA’s Near-Earth Object Study report reveals more progress on you. Asteroid 7482 (1994 PC1), said to be 1 km wide, passed Earth on Jan. 18 at 4:51 p.m. Eastern time at a speed of 47,344 miles per hour. and is 1.2 million miles from Earth.

How do you prepare yourself for Planet 7482 or “1994 PC1”?

A NASA report estimates that asteroid 7482 will not hit Earth, but is the closest it has ever forecasted in the coming years. It is also expected to be invisible to the naked eye. To see the phenomenon moving through the world of asteroids. You should use a telescope to look at it.

Asteroid 7482 is not the largest asteroid to pass Earth. Since planet 3122 Florence (1981 ET3) passed through Earth on Sept. 1, 2017, it is approximately 2.5-5.5 miles wide.

There are additional reports that this asteroid The closest will be on January 18, and on the 17th there may be some start to see it. It will travel approximately 699,000 miles (1.1 million km) through the Earth and will not come close to us until the year A.D. 2105 as reported by SSD

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