Although it is considered small, the space agency says the asteroid 163348 (2002 NN4) diameter is between 250 and 570 meters. It travels at a velocity of 11,146 kilometers per hour and expected to pass by more than 5 million kilometers away from Earth. Astroid 2002 NN4 will be back after nine years.
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According to NASA experts, asteroids of over 140 meters in diameter, within the radius of 7 million km from Earth, classified as “potentially dangerous.” Astronomers have discovered over 8,000 such celestial bodies.