There Are Two Asteroids
making very safe flybys of Earth in the coming days.
Despite What You May Have
read in media reports, no one is issuing any warnings about asteroids 2009 JF1 or 467460 (2006 JF42)
Nor Are Scientists Concerned About
the asteroid 418135 (2008 AG33), which passed by our planet already on April 28 despite some media outlets claiming it's coming on Thursday
NASA Monitors All Asteroids
NASA monitors all asteroids via a network of partner telescopes and its Planetary Defense Coordination Office.
There's Even A Curated List Of
asteroids available that the agency monitors, which require "more attention" because there is a tiny, statistically improbable chance of impact.
NASA Does Classify Some Asteroids As
"potentially hazardous," a complex calculation that is related to size (larger than 492 feet or 150 meters) and the distance at which the object approaches Earth, among other factors
There Are No Known Threats
to Earth in the coming decades despite ongoing decades of searching.