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Earthlings, get ready for a close encounter with an asteroid

Heads up, Earthlings! An asteroid will zip past our planet on Friday afternoon at 2:30 Pacific time, coming five times closer to us than the moon. This is definitely a cause for celebration, not concern. After all, it’s not every day that a space rock flies this close to the Earth, and scientists...
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