Closer to Earth than the moon, NASA says an asteroid will fly over Earth today.

On August 31st, according tomedia reports, NASA said that today (September 1) an asteroid larger than the basketball court will fly over the Earth, when its distance from the Earth will be closer than the Earth’s moon, and will not pose a danger to the Earth. NASA says the asteroid 2011 ES4 will fly over Earth on September 1, the report said. It will be only 45 million miles (72,420 kilometers) from Earth and will be closer to the Moon and listed as a NEO.

The distance between the earth and the moon refers to the distance between the earth and the moon, there are three kinds of distances, the distance between the moon and the perese pereses of the earth, and the distance between the moon and the earth’s advert. The average distance between the Earth and the Moon is 384,403.9 km, the distance between the Moon and the Periges of the Earth is 363,000 km, and the distance from the Earth’s admin area is 406,000 km.

Closer to Earth than the moon, NASA says an asteroid will fly over Earth today.

NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory says the 2011 ES4 was first discovered on March 2, 2011, and is considered an Apollo-type asteroid.

NASA says it finds about 30 new “near-Earth objects” each week, and nearly 20,000 so far.

According to NASA, near-Earth objects with “potential hazards” are defined as space objects within 0.05 astronomical units of Earth (A.U., 1A.U. , 149597870 km) and more than 460 feet (about 140 meters) in diameter.