It missed Earth by just a few lunar distances. A three-mile-wide asteroid — dubbed Toutatis — missed Earth on Tuesday, the latest passing for the gigantic cosmic beast. When the asteroid flew past Earth, it was traveling at approximately 39,600 kilometers per hour (24,550 miles per hour), according to NASA, which observed the passing from a number of various locations throughout the U... To continue reading, subscribe to The Space Reporter today.
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