Based on its brightness, the asteroid is estimated to measure between 919 and 2,034 feet in diameter.
The space rock will sail safely past the Earth at around 26,000 miles per hour—roughly 30 times faster than the speed of sound.
The asteroid will travel past our planet at a staggering velocity of around 27,500 miles per hour.
Currently, we know of about roughly 25,000 near-Earth objects larger than 460 feet in diameter.
The space rock will come within around 2.7 million miles of our planet.
The space rock could measure up to 3,248 feet in diameter.
2019 TA7 is classified as a near-Earth object because its orbit around the sun takes it within 121 million miles of the star, and 30 million miles of Earth.
The collaborative mission will test a technique that could be used to prevent a dangerous space rock from colliding with the Earth in future.
The larger of the two asteroids will come within around 630,000 miles of our planet, according to NASA.
Meteor showers are celestial events in which several shooting stars can be seen in the night sky, appearing to originate from a single point.
The asteroid will come within around 1.82 million miles of our planet, or around 7.5 times the distance between the Earth and the Moon.
"The formation of the moon and the origin of Earth's water are two of the fundamental open questions in cosmo-chemistry," said the lead author of a new study.
There are several ways we could alter Earth's orbit so it is in a spot further away from the Sun.
Large space rocks don't hit Earth often, but just one could cause mass destruction.
In 2006, the International Astronomical Union voted to downgrade Pluto to the status of dwarf planet, sparking a highly controversial debate that has yet to truly subside.
The comet is currently flying towards the inner Solar System at speeds of more than 51,000 miles per hour.
Studying Bennu, which is 4.5 billion years old, could help us to better understand the history of the solar system.
Scientists say a new telescope could help them discover more of these tiny moons.
Asteroids are small rocky bodies that orbit the Sun.
Tiny fish remains were time capsules of climate change.
The 2015 BZ509 asteroid orbits the sun in the opposite direction to everything else in the solar system.
In order to identify what 2004 EW95 was made of, the team studied the light reflected off of it.