However, it is the 2068 fly by of Apophis which researchers are most concerned about.
Experts from the University of Hawaii previously stated there is a one in 530,000 chance it could strike Earth in 2068.
But earlier this month researchers said the chance was now 1 in 380,000.
To put things into perspective, that’s a 99.99974 percent chance the asteroid will miss the Earth. While there is a one in 500,000 chance you could get struck by lightning.
But while the chances are small, they are there.
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