A 150-foot-wide asteroid heading toward the Earth tomorrow 

 A 150 feet wide asteroid named Asteroid 2022 QO31 will miss 535 million km towards the Earth tomorrow at a velocity of 30,420 km/h on 3 September

 starting of this 12 months, NASA confirmed plans to close the Worldwide Area Station after nearly 25 years of service. 

 NASA has been say on the QO31 Astroid that In response to NASA's plan, a "wrecking ball" car will dock with the ISS until it reaches within about 220 km of Earth's orbit.

 Using the planet's net drag  ISS will then be moved into an elliptical orbit within 50 km of Earth's environmental

 According to NASA the goal of the space station structure into an unpopulated area in the ocean.

 The planet poses no sensible risk to Earth but it was undoubtedly classified as a dangerous planet due to its proximity to Earth.

Astroid 2022 QO31 IS different from the previous asteroid that has flown past earth recently, this asteroid is not a blong to the Apollo group but the Aten group.

 NASA expects some pieces of the space station to fall on land. the agency has taken it into account

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