Grab your telescope and get ready to duck, because an enormous space rock will be zooming through the sky the night of April 19.
Okay, fine. You won’t actually need to duck. The path of asteroid 2014 JO25 will be a near miss in space terms only, arriving in the sky 1.1 million miles from where we stand. That’s about four and a half trips to the Moon.
While it may not be the most dramatic flyby, 2014 JO25’s appearance is worth celebrating. Discovered just…
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