At 6:53 pm ET, this space rock, 111-foot (whatever that means), allegedly pasted earth at 22,500 mph, at a distance of 935,000 miles, somewhere between Mars and Jupiter. I went out and looked but of course, didn't see it. I blame on the cirrus clouds.
Another one bites the dust. Lucky us.
Sorry, I missed how that was a noteworthy event?
Was it because you weren't able to spot it?
A PHA, both larger and with a closer pass whizzed by the Earth a day before,
and two PHA's (October 10,11) passed by Earth at more than1/2 that distance just a few days ago, both larger than TA7.
If you want to keep better track than some news story that reports space distances in miles?,
www.spaceweather.com is a good resource for Near Earth Objects.....