Asteroid 'size of Great Pyramid of Giza' to crash into Earth's Orbit next week

NASA is tracking a Near-Earth Object it calls 2020 QD5, which is estimated to be between 60m and 130m, with the upper estimate being close to the original height of the Great Pyramid of Giza.

An asteroid estimated to be the same size of the Great Pyramid of Giza is set to collide with Earth’s orbit next week.

NASA’s Centre for Near Earth Object Studies is keeping an eye on asteroid 2020 QD5, which will fly past Earth on Monday (October 26).

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