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Watch As Another Large Asteroid Flies Past Earth – July 29, 2013

Ethan Miller, Getty Images
Ethan Miller, Getty Images

Don’t panic, but there will be another relatively large asteroid barreling past our planet tonight (July 29, 2013).

Asteroid 2003 DZ15 will come within 2.2 million miles of Earth this evening – far enough away that is will not effect us, but close enough that it may actually be visible – reports Yahoo.

Don’t expect to be able to see it from your porch with just your eye, but the Virtual Telescope Project is streaming live video of the rock – estimated to be about 500-foot wide, the report says.

You can catch a live stream of the asteroid’s passing of earth here, via the Virtual Telescope Project.

It is expected at 8:37 EDT this evening (7-29-130).

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