July 23, 2019 8:37
Updated July 23, 2019 21:10
This July 24, three asteroids are expected — 2011, 2015 HM10, and 2019 OE & Horbar; They land to Earth according to the NASA Center for Near-Earth Studies.
The largest site of the Three would be the 2019 OD, whose diameter can be up to 120 meters (almost the height of the Great Pyramid of Giza).
It said the space object was moving at a speed of 19.17 km per second and approaching about 353,650 kilometers from the planet, closer to the one separating the Earth's moon (384,400 kilometers).
The other two objects would measure mostly up to 53 and 110 meters in diameter and would pass a greater distance as the moon separates from Earth. Likewise, it is reported that none of these three bodies represents a danger to the planet.
At the end of June, astronomers in Hawaii have seen the 2019 MO Asteroid with a 4-meter diameter, a few hours before entering the Earth's park, and smashed 380 miles south of San Juan (disaster).
It was the fourth time history of astronomers revealing an asteroid with so little impact. The previous time was with The Asteroids 2008 TC3, 2014 AA and 2018 LA, all in the last 11 years.