The CNEOS database revealed that the asteroid will pass through Earth on September 1 at 3.49 p.m. BST (10.49 a.m. ET).
Asteroid 2011 ES4 will fly by at least 0.00048 AU (Astronomical Units) away – about 44,618 miles).
This is as close to Earth as the Moon is, which normally orbits at a distance of 238,855 miles (384,399km) far.
But although NASA classifies the asteroid’s relative proximity as ‘potentially dangerous’, the US-based space agency does not identify the space rock as a threat due to its small size. .