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Space rock 2006 QQ23: Space Shake Greater Than Domain State Building to Pass by Earth Nowadays

A goliath space rock, known as 2006 QQ23, is moving towards Earth; be that as it may, it will cruise past our planet today without causing any mischief, NASA's Center for Near-Earth Object Studies (CNEOS) has said. The space rock measures up to 1,870 feet in distance across, subsequently making it bigger than New York's Empire State Building that is 1,454 feet in stature. The space rock 2006 QQ23 will make its nearest way to deal with Earth at 3:23am EDT (12:53pm IST) today, anyway it will securely pass 7.4 million kms (4.6 million miles) from Earth. While that separation doesn't appear to be a great deal, it is close enough for the researchers to consider it a "Close Earth Object" (NEO).

As space rock 2006 QQ23 is inside 0.05 cosmic units (7.4 million kms) of our planet, it is close enough to be marked as conceivably unsafe.

"Conceivably Hazardous space rocks (PHAs) are at present characterized dependent on parameters that measure the space rock's capability to make compromising close ways to deal with the Earth. In particular, all space rocks with an Earth Minimum Orbit Intersection Distance (MOID) of 0.05 or less and a flat out size (H) of 22.0 or less are considered PHAs," NASA composes on its site.

Agreeing a report by Newsweek, the space rock 2006 QQ23 was seen in 2006 and is going at a speed of 10,400 mph (16,737 kmph). NASA effectively tracks comets and astroids that get any opportunity of coming in the region of Earth.
Space Rock 2006 QQ23: Space Shake To Pass By Eath Nowadays

"There are a few space rocks that have an exceedingly little shot of affecting Earth throughout the following couple hundreds of years," Paul Chodas of CNEOS told Newsweek. "Space rock Bennu, which is right now being visited by the OSIRIS-REx rocket, as of now has a one-in-a-couple of thousand shot of affecting two or three centuries from now, however as we keep on following this space rock, I anticipate that that possibility should drop to zero. None of the other realized space rocks has a huge possibility of affecting Earth throughout the following century."

More than 20,000 NEOs are as of now being followed by the researchers, with around 30 new disclosures consistently.

Another space rock that won't mischief Earth is 2006 QV89. It was accepted to go by Earth in September this year. It was likewise found in 2006, anyway after the initial ten days, it was gone forever. As the article has not been found in the normal zone, it has been inferred that it isn't on a crash course for Earth this year.

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