Asteroid is expected to be closer than the moon when it passes Earth

02/3/2013 | Space.com

An asteroid expected to pass Earth on Feb. 15 will fly within a record-setting 17,200 miles, closer than many orbiting satellites and even the moon, astronomers say. Researchers stress that the asteroid 2012 DA14, about 150 feet wide, is not expected to hit the planet.

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