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Sunday, April 18, 2021

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However, on Sunday one made history by getting a little too close to home. This NEA was SUV sized. It was 1,830 miles off from the southern Indian ocean. This was record close. It zipped by at almost 8 miles a second. NASA has been tracking around 90% of NEA since given the responsibility by Congress in 2005.

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