Asteroid 2004 BL86

A Huge space rock has approached  Earth in a harmless but eye-catching close encounter on Monday night, Jan. 26-27.

This Asteroid is believed to be 740,000 miles away (3.1 times farther from us than the Moon) with a 0.5 km in diameter.

It can be seen by optical aid such as powerful binoculars or a Telescope. Please watch the video below on how and where to look for it in the sky.

This Asteroid “2004 BL86” will be the closest by any known space rock this large until asteroid 1999 AN10 flies past Earth in 2027.

Visit Spaceweather.com for more info (Archives 26th Jan 2015)

& NASA JPL Database & Spaceweather Realtime Image Gallary 

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