A large asteroid will fly through space at a speed of about 12,000 miles per hour to the surface of the planet tomorrow morning, just six days after its observation by NASA, according to the British Express.

NASA called the asteroid 2019 RX2, one of many "near-Earth objects" or near-Earth objects "that are dangerously close to our planet." Solar.

Based on NASA calculations, the asteroid has already approached Earth six times before its initial observation this year, the first time it occurred 100 years ago on December 9, 1919.

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