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You just missed a recently spotted asteroid which was dangerously close to earth and our satellites

The skyscraper-sized 2002 AJ129 asteroid has been making the rounds of the media since it will be zipping pass earth on 4th February at a distance equivalent to 10 times that between earth and moon. However, yet another asteroid was discovered via the Catalina Sky Survey and it flew pass earth just 22,000 miles away. Asteroid 2018 BD fell in the 'potentially hazardous category' and was dangerously close to earth just 7 hours after being discovered. Since being close to the geosynchronous orbit it was much more dangerous than the 2002 AJ129 and could also harm our satellites.

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