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An asteroid as big as the Burj Khalifa will race past Earth at 90,000km per hour on Sunday – 7NEWS.com.au

NASA will enforce its National Near-Earth Object Preparedness Strategy and Action Plan for a worst-case scenario.

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An asteroid more than 800m high and over 500m wide is set to race past Earth on Sunday at a rocketing speed of 90,000 km/h.
Asteroid 2000 WO107 is as tall as the worlds tallest building – the 830m-high Burj Khalifa of Dubai – and is expected to pass our planet on Sunday 29 November around 9.09pm (AEDT).
Scientists have been tracking the monster space rock since it was discovered in 2000 by astronomers in New Mexico.
NASA has given the asteroid the formal identification of a near-Earth object (NEO)…

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