The agency is certain that you should not be concerned.
A 50-meter asteroid 2023 DW will pass over the Earth in February 2046, and is now considered to be the most dangerous of the detected celestial objects on the Turin scale. NASA are confident that you should not be concerned about the asteroid's path.
According to the agency, the probability of the Earth colliding with asteroid 2023 DW is approximately 1 in 770. This means that the planet will pass by with a probability of 99.87% as the data improves.
The number of days between Asteroid and 2023 has dropped by tenfold.
Specialists at the European Space Agency estimate that the probability of a collision with the Earth in 2023 is even lower: as 1 in 1584. However, in theory, there is still a tiny chance of a collision.
If a 50-meter asteroid crashes into the Earth, the damage will not be fatal. Any noticeable damage can only be caused in the event that an asteroid falls in a heavily populated area.
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