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NASA confirmed that the asteroid will pass close to Earth at 8.18 pm Saturday, so only one hour after Meghan Markle and Prince Harry leave Windsor Castle for the night reception hosted by Prince Charles at Frogmore House.
After NASA warned that another huge asteroid would pass through Earth on Friday .
Today's asteroid will pass 14.25 miles (3.4 million miles) from Earth.
But tomorrow it will be only 10.5 Lunar Distance (2.3million miles) of the planet.
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This week she has seen a lot of asteroid activity, with a large rock going through the planet every day in the race until the royal wedding .
The current asteroid, 2018 JL2, estimated to be between 30 and 68m in diameter, about half the size of a football field.
That's more than twice the size of the 59-foot asteroid the Russian city of Chelyabinsk in 2013.  IMPAC asteroid h wounded around 1,500 people, injuring more than 7,000 buildings.
There are millions of asteroids in the solar system, generally found in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, however, those that pass through the Earth are called near-Earth objects
but the Planet has had a lucky escape, with yesterday's asteroid a mammoth from 52 to 120m in diameter.
NASA said that tomorrow's asteroid appears as an object close to Earth.
Near-Earth encounters are classified as any asteroid that passes more than 19.5 Lunar Distances (4.7million miles).
To date, astronomers have discovered more than 18,000 near-Earth objects (NEO), including 500 alone this year.
Harry and Meghan will be married tomorrow at Windsor at noon.
Then they will travel through the streets in a procession of carriages, before returning to Windsor Castle.
At 7 pm the newlyweds will leave Windsor Castle and depart for the afternoon reception, just as the asteroid must pass through 1 9659007] Asteroid watchers warn of a gigantic rock that will pass through Earth on June 21.
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Water extracted from an asteroid can be used as a propeller for the return trip
The asteroid has a diameter of up to 860m, even larger than the Burj Khalifa, the building highest in the world.
Scientists live in fear of the devastating impact of an asteroid of this size that collides with Earth.
Recently NASA warned that the asteroid Bennu a rock of 87 million tons, would be almost impossible to deflect if it were directed to Earth.