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Asteroid to whip close to Earth on Tuesday

An asteroid just discovered this year will soar past the Earth just 46,000 kilometers or 28,583 miles away Tuesday.

The space rock designated 2010 TD54 is 7 meters or about 23 feet long. From an Earthling's perspective it will fly through the constellations Pisces and Aquarius, according to the online astronomy news service Spaceweather.com, which adds: "There is no danger of a collision."

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