A giant asteroid could buzz Earth between December 5 to 20, 2015.
As reported by NASA, SD220 2003 and its 0.7 kilometers in diameter represents a potential threat to the planet. But a shock scenario is very unlikely…
This giant asteroid could blast an entire continent if it crashed on Earth. Moreover, SD220 2003 could be even larger than what astronomers have calculated, as part of it may be hidden in the darkness of space.
A team of NASA and staff Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico have started to follow the ‘dangerous’ space body with a special radar.
Meanwhile, the Geminid meteor shower lights up the sky and will peak in the of December 13, 2015.