An asteroid hurtling towards the Earth's atmosphere has just recently been discovered by NASA, APA reports
Asteroid 2023 BU was spotted on Saturday (21 January), and is scheduled to shoot past us on Friday morning (27 January) at around 12.30 am.
The rock will skim about 2,500 miles above the Earth's surface, making it the fourth-nearest of past and future space rocks to come close to our planet.
That's so close to Earth that it's just under a three percent average distance between the Earth and the moon.
Even if this asteroid did have a trajectory for planet Earth, there wouldn't be too much to worry about since this little asteroid measures between 12.4ft and 27.8ft.