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article imageSee a NASA video wake-up call from space

From telescopes in Australia, NASA has released the first moving images of the space object to make a near miss of Earth on February 15. In a previous report NASA's and the European Space Agency's images were shown. This event (see link below) is on film.
As reported in Digital Journal on February 2, this event is a wake-up call, a reminder our planet orbits the sun among a swarm of space rocks. See the just released NASA video at :
About the size of an office building, the asteroid was discovered a year ago by amateur astronomers in Spain.
The 'rock" – which does not have a name yet – will pass about 17,200 miles above the planet's surface, Inside the orbit of some communication and weather satellites.
According to a NPR report, “... this event is one for the record books – the first time scientists have been able to predict something so big coming so close."
And now it is seen, vaguely, but real, moving a 'few' thousands of miles from planet Earth.
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