2013 TX68 is an Apollo asteroid and near-Earth object discovered on October 6, 2013 by the Catalina Sky Survey, during which it was near a close approach of 5.4 Lunar distances (LD) from the Earth. The asteroid only has a 10-day observation arc which makes long-term predictions of its position less certain. Mar 8, 2016. Whew! We can all breathe a sigh of relief. A 100-foot wide asteroid whizzed by the Earth on Monday night and (obviously) avoided a collision with our fair planet. Asteroid 2013 TX68 made its closest approach to Earth at about 7 p.m. ET Monday, according to Laurie Cantillo, a spokeswoman for NASA. Play. Bibliografie licenta medicina sentara urgent. Zomergasten 2013 wouter bos recensie boek. Ioan buteanu bibliografie maken. Proefschrift vertalen engels roemeens. Mar 8, 2016. Back in February, NASA announced that an asteroid was going to shoot across the sky on March 5 — and that it'd come close enough to actually see through a backyard telescope. However, the space agency just revised its calculations. It now expects the rogue space rock to swing by a few days later on .