Dec 22, 2017 A skullshaped asteroid whizzed past Earth on Halloween of 2015, and the space rock is due to return in 2018. Dec 25, 2017 (Newser) Earth will get its own Halloween decoration next year, though a little late.
In midNovember, a skullshaped asteroid will make its second flyby past Earth since it was discovered just beyond the moon in October 2015. The asteroid is coming back next year, but itll be a little late for the Halloween parties. Halloween asteroid 2015 TB145 will make its return in midNovember 2018, according to a release from the Institute of Astrophysics of Andalusia in Spain.
The Halloween asteroid prepares to return in 2018 Date: December 19, 2017 Source: Plataforma SINC Summary: There is one year to go until asteroid 2015 TB145 approaches Earth once again, just as it did in 2015 around the night of Halloween, an occasion which astronomers did not pass up to study its characteristics.
SkullShaped Halloween Asteroid Will Be Coming Back In 2018 The asteroid, which gained notoriety for its Halloween sighting and skulllike appearance, is expected to appear once again in midNovember. An artist's illustration of the" Halloween Asteroid" 2015 TB145, which looks much like a skull from certain angles.
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It flew by us on 31 October 2015, ironically on Halloween, and is a fairly formidable size between 620 and 700 metres in diameter. However when the asteroid flies towards us again in November 2018, it will actually be further away some 105 times the average lunar distance.