|A screenshot of Emily Calandrelli|
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|A screenshot of Jules Suzdaltsev|
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|A screenshot of Julian Huguet|
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|A screenshot of Trace Dominguez|
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|The Very Large Array at Socorro, New Mexico, United States. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
The most thrilling aspect of it (Or, disturbing fact to some) is: that "2014 DX110" is going to be closer to us than the Moon and that there is nothing to worry about since it is not going to impact Planet Earth.
The size of that asteroid is said to be, 45 to 130 feet across.
I am not at all worried about an asteroid being that close (My only regret is not having a telescope to see "2014 DX110" up close and personal).