Despite what you believe the tabloid headlines,believe on a fairly regular basis. Most of these space rocks are so low that they would burn them up even if they collide with our atmosphere, many of which are discovered by astronomers when the Earth is already a rear mirror.
Asteroid 2019 could be up to 128 feet (39 meters) wide. This is an uncommon rock that makes a dense route and which is large enough to see astronomers well in advance. The asteroid, detected earlier this month, is also moving unusually slowly, at a rate of 5 kilometers per second (11,185 mph), making it easier to see. On 22 March, the 2019 EA2 asteroid from us will all safely go 188,731 miles (303,733 kilometers), or about eightyths part of the distance between this place and the moon, according to NASA.
If you have a powerful telescope (or maybe with the help of a place like the Virtual Telescope Project), this asteroid may add an interesting follow-up to the top-year lasta few even earlier.