Astronomers: Asteroid will not hit Earth in 2040

12/27/2012 | Space.com

A large asteroid projected to pass by the Earth in 28 years will clear the planet by at least 550,000 miles, Space.com reports. Using the Gemini North telescope in Hawaii, astronomers were able to verify that the 460-foot rock would not adversely affect Earth, supporting a June study released by NASA.

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