Asteroid 2020 VT4 close approach distance breaks world record, near miss
Asteroid 2020 VT4 takes the cake per se for breaking the record for the closest approach to Earth ever with a near graze at just 4,192 miles out from the planet’s center and it was not observed until one day after it actually scathed by Earth on Friday.
The startling discovery reaffirms that Intellihub’s Shepard Ambellas has been right all along and is entirely spot-on concerning this matter.
The following video posted to the John E Hoover YouTube channel gives all the details of Friday’s near-miss.
H/T: David Wilson
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