Astronomers are saying that there is no danger when an asteroid crosses Earth's orbit today.

According to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, "small near-Earth asteroid 2012 DA14 will pass very close to close that it will pass inside the ring of geosynchronous weather and communications satellites. There is no chance it might collide with Earth."

Nonetheless, NASA will be broadcasting the fly-by live beginning at 2:00pm Eastern Time today, Friday Feburary 15, 2013.  You can see the UStream video live at:

Today's "fly-by" comes on the heels of a meteor shower over Russia overnight.  The Russian Interior Ministry says as many as one thousand people were injured, some critically.  The Russian Academy of Science says the meteorite in question may have weighed about ten tons and was traveling more than 33,000 miles per hour, shattering 18 to 32 miles above or planet before it entered Earth's atmosphere.  Click here for photos from Russia.

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Bill Keeler captured this in August 2012: