NASA Center in Near to the Earth Object Studies. The Center for Near-Earth Object Studies has deemed the asteroid 1989 “potentially dangerous” (CNEOS). It has 3,400 feet in length and 1.8 km wide, and it is an asteroid of the Apollo class. It is twice as large as Burj Khalifa in Dubai.
NASA estimates that 7335 (1989), a massive asteroid, will fly close to Earth this year. The next close flyby of the asteroid will be on 23 June 2055. It will travel 70 times farther between Earth and the Moon. This asteroid is one of the 29,000 nearby Earth objects NEO that NASA tracks. NASA keeps track of nearly 29,000 near-Earth objects (NEO). NASA defines NEOs as an astronomical object passing within 30 million miles of 48 million km of Earth’s orbit. As per NASA, most of these objects are very small. Asteroid 1989 JAN is more giant than the 99% of NEOs NASA observes.
The oldest Moscow research institute, the Keldysh Institute of Mathematics in Russia, discovered that the asteroid could travel approximately 76,000 km per hour. According to the institute’s recent post, it travels at 13 km/second. The asteroid will be closest to the Earth on 27 May at 05:26 pm. At 05:26 PM, the asteroid will be nearest to Earth.
As the name says, the asteroid that astronomer Eleanor Helin found in 1989. At his Palomar Observatory in California. Experts and scientists actively believe that this is the enormous asteroid to fly by Earth on 27 May 2022. Its next take will likely not occur before 23 June 2055. As per NASA, asteroid (1989) is an enormous asteroid that will closely pass by the Earth this year. Scientists calculated that the asteroid travels at roughly 47,300 mph (76,000 km per hour), 20 times more rapid than a bullet shot.
Significantly, the Apollo asteroid is likely to pass closer to Earth safely. It will not impact the Earth, said the scientist. The scientist said that it would not impact Earth. One example is the Apollo asteroid, a class of Earth-crossing asteroids with an axis more significant than the Earth. The asteroid’s enormous size can cause massive damage to the Earth. The Apollo asteroid is a class of Earth-crossing asteroids with an axis greater than Earth. Due to its vast size, the asteroid can lead to massive destruction to the Earth. The Virtual Telescope recently asked space enthusiasts to watch for an asteroid’s nearest flyby in a tweet.