An asteroid is heading for earth at speed of more than 23,000 miles per hour…
But don’t worry as it is set to miss us by about 2.8 million miles.
The rock, named 2014-YB35, will pass by “relatively” close to Earth but still at a distance that is around 11.7 times further away than the moon.
It will also be much further away than the latest near miss, in January which was a mere 745,000 miles away.
As the it skims past, it will be watched by scientists at the Goldstone Observatory, in California’s Mojave Desert. They have already started watching the asteroid, and hope to work out what size it is and what it is composed of.