NASA said the giant asteroid – called 2018 LF16 – is a 700ft, which makes it twice as big as Big Ben in London.
The stone has an amazing 62 different impact trajectories with our planet – each of them is waiting to get the asteroid to Earth for the next 100 years.
The first of these unsuccessful opportunities will occur in just five years now – which took place on August 8, 2023.
Other potential impact data in the near future will be on August 3, 2024 and August 1, 2025.
The asteroid was last seen by astronomers on June 16.
Currently, it travels through space at a speed of over 33,844 miles per hour.
But there is no guarantee that the asteroid will enter Earth.
In fact, NASA estimates that the asteroid has a chance to collapse on our planet.
This translates to a chance of 99.9999967% of a miss if the asteroid 2018 LF16 does not come wandering too close to home.
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This specific space rock is a zero-level threat at the Turin impact scale – which means that the probability of a collision with the Earth is non-existent or almost non-existent.
Despite this, the US space agency will continue to take this formidable space rock into account.
Our solar system is full of gigantic space rocks, some of which are larger than 1 kilometer.
We are tracking the movements of about 90% of them, which would eliminate mankind if they were thrown into the Earth.
That means there are a large number of rogue rocks that could be on a collision course with our planet.
Astronomer Patrick Michel previously said: "If these bodies have an impact on the Earth, they can cause regional damage in a whole country or even on a continent."
The last known impact of the asteroid raised the high levels of the Tunguska forest in Siberia in 1908.
A very small asteroid hit the Chelyabinsk region of Russia in 2013, wounding 1,000 people with shattered glass caused by the asteroid exploding in the sky.
Fortunately, the Asteroid WB105 will not get close enough to hit the Earth, but its trajectory is close enough for NASA to pay attention.
Asteroid WB105 is a so-called Near Earth Object (NEO) on a near-Earth approach.
NEOs are asteroids and comets that are approaching our world of origin with a 30 million-mile (50 million kilometers) orbit.
There are several ways to approach asteroids.
The first would involve a "gravitational tractor," which is essentially a spacecraft designed to draw the rock on a new path using its own gravitational pull.
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Others would involve the explosion of the space rock with a kind of projectile to try to direct it to a new course or even blow it with a nuke.
However, this could reverse humankind as it would cause fragments of radioactive rocks to rain on the planet.
Worldwide catastrophes involving six miles (10 km) asteroids seem to hit less than every 10 million years.
One of these past effects was probably responsible for the death of dinosaurs.
The flight comes a few days after Daily Star Online revealed Stephen Hawking's final thoughts on space rocks.