Asteroid to graze past Earth this summer...but how close?
If you liked 2004 MN4, you're bound to enjoy 2006 BQ6. Very small but real chance it could even hit around the end of July, beginning of August this year. NASA isn't officially tracking it yet, but they are including it in their report of upcoming close approaches
, where the minimum possible distance is...zero. The space.com
discussion puts everything into perspective, including graphs and charts and such.
posted by gimonca
on Jan 26, 2006 -