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Hadand how it went to get it super close to Earth on November 2, the day before . The moment gave it the incorrect nickname “Election Day Asteroids”.
It seems the asteroid has not been flying around long enough to leave a trace in the night sky. According to current data and observations, it was passing by and on a happy path.
Planetary astronomer Michael Busch dropped an update on Twitter on Monday. “Clearly, there’s nothing on today’s atmospheric and infrasound flash screens,” Busch wrote. “VP1 2018, as expected, flew over Earth.”
Asteroids only have a 0.41% chance of impacting the Earth’s atmosphere. The asteroid’s tiny size means it is not a threat. In an October 30 update on the asteroid’s orbit, astronomer Allan Posner of the Asteroid Institute said it would look like “a very beautiful shooting star in the sky” if it happened to be caught by accident Fire.
There have been no reports of a fireball, early signs seem to suggest that VP1 2018 will arrive in another day.
Earth has never been in danger from an asteroid, but its scheduled visit to our neighborhood matches the strange unfolding of a year full of political conflict and great tension. Translate. Looks like 2018 VP1 has had a good sense to get out of here from a safe distance.