On October 12th, 2017 NASA is expecting the very near miss of Asteroid 2012 TC4. The space rock is estimated to be anywhere between 10 to 30 meters in size. During this event the agency will test their ‘Planetary Defense System.’
Based on predictions made at Nasa’s Center for Near-Earth Object Studies, 2012 TC4 will pass no closer than 4,200 miles from Earth, although it will more likely pass much farther away, as far as 170,000 miles (270,000 kilometres).
Hmmm….that seems like an awfully large margin of error, doesn’t it? In terms of the universe, a distance of 4,200 miles is practically on top of us.
If it strikes earth, or breaks up causing pieces impact our planet, the good news is it will likely hit water. The bad news is the massive tsunamis it could cause.
This video covers that potential well –
And it is supposed to happen on the eve of the 100th anniversary of the Blessed Virgin Mary’s final, apocalyptic apparition in Fatima, Portugal –