This evening, at the same time, will be seen a space object from the Earth, along with another asteroid.
NASA also warned of the 2013 CW32 approach, which was observed in 2013, to be noted for the first time today, measuring the perimeter of 250 meters, traveling at 36,775 miles per hour.
It is expected to pass close to Earth around 18:54, at a safe distance of 5020,654 km (about 14 times the distance between the Earth and the Moon).
Another asteroid will pass Earth on Tuesday, but it is much smaller. "AN11 2019", which was first spotted this year, travels at 28,000 kilometers per hour.
NASA has noticed the asteroid sightings across the telescope because they are often very small and weak, with different levels of reflection, noting that the path of passage will be regular, and that is not fear and panic.
NASA has identified 10 "objects near Earth" as the nearest flight to the planet only in November.
"When these rocks orbit around the sun, NEO can sometimes approach our planet at a higher rate," NASA said.