NASA data indicates that, at its closest approach at around 3:51 p.m. EDT Saturday, this asteroid — named 2023 DZ2 — will be 108,500 miles away from our planet.
Asteroid as big as 310 feet in diameter to pass by Earth →
That's roughly around the altitude that the U.S. military says the three smaller balloons were at when U.S. missiles ended their flights.
Why balloons are now in public eye -- and military crosshairs →
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