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1,300-foot wide 'dangerous' asteroid to zip past Earth in 2032

Washington, Oct. 19 : Astronomers have discovered a large asteroid that is zipping past Earth and have said that it is set to return on August 26, 2032.


Astronomers in the Ukraine found the asteroid on Saturday and promptly named it 2013 TV135, Fox News reported.

According to RIA Novosti, astronomers have calculated the potential collision date - with the force of two thousand atomic bombs - however, asserting that the odds for the impact taking place is 1 in 63,000.

--ANI (Posted on 19-10-2013)

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