NASA traces tons of possible doomsday asteroids that threaten to break into Earth – and we have put them in one big scary list.
Some of the space rocks are more than three times the size of Big Ben, while others threaten to hit our planet over 150 times over the next century as they orbito the Sun.
You may have heard of some of the doomsday asteroids from the front, such as Determination or Apothosis, which reached headlines after they were discovered.
But others have managed to slip under the radar, and in fact they are more dangerous than their anonymity suggests.
They include 2015 ME131, whose next potential impact with the Earth's content is later this year.
Traveling for 44,000 miles per hour, Nasa states that the asteroid was scheduled for 99 of these potential disasters between now and 2089 – more than one a year.
Also on the list are Apophis, another space rock that could hit the Earth during our lifetime.
The runway rocks are the equivalent of seven buses in London and worryingly close to our planet several times over the next century.
Recently, Russian scientists warned that Apophis, the full name of Apophis 99942, could break into Earth at a speed of 15,000 miles per hour.
They said that the day of the rocks day around the Sun meant there were "100 possible collisions between Apophis and the Earth, the most dangerous of them in 2068".
Determination is another asteroid that could cause Nasa's problems.
It has been called “doomsday day” as an asteroid because it has a very little chance of hitting the Earth in the next centuries.
However, the size of the asteroid means that it is unlikely to spell the end for humanity.
However, it is big enough to remove a city, however, killing millions if it landed in a populated area.
Nasa's predictions are all available through the Sentry tool on its website.
Our summary of all possible events on the impact of the Earth in the future that the agency's Sterry Asteroid Tracking System has found is based on current observations available.
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