A giant asteroid larger than the Empire State Building is set to sail safely past Earth next week, according to NASA's Center for Near-Earth Object Studies (CNEOS).
Known as 2006 QQ23, the enormous space rock measures up to 1,870 feet in diameter—comfortably greater than the height of the famous New York landmark (1,454
"There are some asteroids that have an exceedingly small chance of impacting Earth over the next couple centuries,"
Photo: Asteroid meteorite cosmos land.
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