Astronomers have detected a half-kilometre wide asteroid that appears to be on a collision course with the Earth — in 172 years time.
In a study reported in the journal Icarus, scientists say the asteroid named 1999-RQ36 has a one-in-1,000 chance of hitting the Earth in 2182.
Known as a PHA, or potentially hazardous asteroid, 1999-RQ36 was first discovered about 10 years ago and since then astronomers have been plotting its orbital trajectory.
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