Dangerous asteroid will pass very close to Earth and moon on Tuesday

WASHINGTON: Last month, an asteroid crossed the Earth's orbit, setting a record. Now, once again, another asteroid is in danger of passing near Earth. This time around, the planet is expected to orbit the moon between September and Earth in September. This was reported by NASA. The planet is named 2011 ES3. It is said to be the closest of all the planets that have passed to Earth in the coming decades.

According to NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the planet previously orbited on March 13, 2011. At that time, it covered 4,268,643 km from Earth. This time the planet will orbit just 45,000 miles from Earth. It was first discovered in 2011. Every nine years, it gets closer to Earth.

The planet is named 2001 ES4 by NASA. NASA tweeted that the planet would not touch the earth. There is no danger to the earth.