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Asteroid could strike Earth Day before election: astronomer Neil de Cross Tyson

This is a way to shake up voting.

A Asteroid According to the famous scientist Neil de Cross Tyson, the size of a refrigerator will hit the earth on the eve of the November election – but it is not enough to do any major damage.

Renowned astronomer, the spacecraft known as 2018 VP1 is orbiting the Earth at a speed of 25,000 miles per hour and may clip the planet on November 2nd.

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“It could confuse the earth on November 2, the day before the presidential election.” He wrote on Instagram.

But he said the flying object had nothing to lose sleep because it was “not big enough to cause harm”

According to the famous scientist Neil de Cross Tyson, an asteroid about the size of a refrigerator will hit Earth.

“So if the world ends in 2020, it’s not the fault of the universe,” he said.

NASA had previously detected an asteroid rocket toward Earth, but actually had a chance of hitting less than 1 percent.

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“It currently has a 0.41% chance of entering our planet’s atmosphere, but if it does, it will decompose due to its tiny size.” The space agency said.

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