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Monster asteroid comes ‘close’ to Earth in January after Nostradamus ‘coldly predicts a 2022 strike’

A MONSTER asteroid is set to come close to Earth in January after Nostradamus made a chilling prediction of an attack.

The “potentially dangerous” asteroid will make one of its supposed closest comers to our planet on January 18 and won’t come close for decades.

A'potentially dangerous' asteroid will pass by Earth next month

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A ‘potentially dangerous’ asteroid will pass by Earth next monthCredit: Getty
Nostradamus predicts some type of asteroid will hit Earth around this time

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Nostradamus predicts some type of asteroid will hit Earth around this timeCredit: Getty

Named 7482 (1994 PC1), the massive rock is one and a half times the height of the Empire State Building but will luckily shoot across the planet.

It is expected to pass at a distance of 0.013 astronomical units, according to Nasa’s Center for the Study of Near-Earth Objects (CNEOS).

While this may appear close, the distance translates to about 1.2 million miles.

It is five times farther from us than the moon.

The space Fragments are classified as potentially dangerous asteroid (PHA) as it is about 3,280 feet in diameter.

While its potentially dangerous branding makes it seem dangerous, that doesn’t mean it’s necessarily hitting Earth.

This name is simply given to asteroids that pass within a certain distance of the planet and are above a certain size.

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It will pass at a whopping 43,000 miles per hour before returning to orbit the sun.

The asteroid was first discovered in 1994 by RH McNaught at the Siding Spring observatory in Australia, according to the International Astronomical Union’s Small Planets Center, and usually passes by Earth about a year and a half every year. time.

However, it won’t close until 2105, Nasa reports.

The news of PC1 1994 comes after Nostradamus predicted some kind of asteroid would hit Earth around this time.

It was initially believed that the asteroid impact would take place in 2021.

“I saw fire coming down from heaven,” the astrologer wrote.

NEAR MISS

Earth had a near miss with Asteroid 2021GW4 this year, though it wasn’t considered too much of a threat by NASA and didn’t quite match astrologers’ impressive predictions.

In the event that an asteroid looks like it will hit Erath, scientists preparations have begun.

In November, Nasa has launched The Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) Mission.

This is the first to test technology that could protect the Earth from an incoming asteroid.

On Thursday, the spacecraft, designed to crash into an asteroid 11 million miles from Earth, sent back its first photo from outer space.

Taken about 2 million miles away, the slightly grainy image was made using the onboard DRACO telescope camera.

DEFLECT INCOME STORE

Scientists were able to find about a dozen stars, close to where the constellations Perseus, Aries and Taurus intersect.

But DART won’t reach its final destination until September 2022, so we can expect more shots along its long journey.

If the mission is successful, it could pave the way for a new planetary defense system that can deflect incoming space rocks before impact.

Current 28,000 known near-Eath asteroids measures over 3,280 ft.

None of them are expected to collide with Earth in the near future.

However, a small change to their orbits could spell disaster for the Earth.

Among other Nostrodamus predictions from 2022 are the death of Kim Jong-un, war in Europe and the collapse of the EU.

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