Unkown object once thought to be asteroid will pass Earth’s orbit today

Experts say the object could be part of a 1960's NASA rocket program


An object that astronomers once thought to be an asteroid is set to zoom past Earth’s orbit on Tuesday raising suspicion of what the object actually might be.

Although it’s uncertain what the object dubbed 2020 SO actually is NASA admits that the object is likely not an asteroid but what is it? Some have said that it’s space junk but without photographic evidence, there is no way of knowing for sure.

As of now, experts at NASA have stated that the object is likely manmade in origin and may be part of a rocket that was launched 68 years ago in 1966.


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