NASA: A fridge-size asteroid is headed toward Earth one day before the November election. An asteroid has a slim chance of entering the Earth’s atmosphere on November 2, one day before the US election, according to NASA. Named 2018VP1, the asteroid is pretty tiny, according to NASA data. It has only a 0.41% likelihood of entering Earth’s atmosphere, but celestial objects that size tend to burn up anyway before reaching the ground, NASA told Business Insider. “Asteroid 2018VP1 is very small, approximately 6.5 feet, and poses no threat to Earth,” a NASA representative told Business Insider. That’s about 2 meters long, like a refrigerator. “If it were to enter our planet’s atmosphere, it would disintegrate due to its extremely small size.” Pastor Dana Coverstone Prophetic Dreams NASA says an asteroid is headed our way and will get here the day before the presidential election in November There’s an asteroid out there barreling towards Earth and it has a “slim chance,” according to a Business Insider report, of entering our atmosphere on Nov. 2. That’s a day before the presidential election. So, because it’s 2020 — the year of the pandemic and Murder Hornets and giant, invasive lizards — you might think it’s time to start taking Jim Bakker seriously and load up on his food buckets. According to the report, the “truck-size” asteroid would “burn off while hurtling towards the planet,” due to its small size
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