Two gaints asteroid moving towards Earth can be seen on Saturday.
An asteriod, known as 2013 CU83, is said to make a close approach to our planet this Saturday.
NASA's Center for Near Earth Studies database indicates that the asteroid will pass within 4.3 million miles of Earth at 11:37 UTC, or 7:37 p.m. ET, on Saturday.
The average distance between the Earth and the moon is around 18 times the distance 4.3 million miles represents.
Based on CNEOS figures, 2013 CU83 will travel at speeds around 13,100 miles per hour, which is more than six times faster than a rifle bullet.
Nevertheless, the trajectory of 2013 CU83 is well known, and there is no chance that it will collide with our planet this time.
On the basis of its observed magnitude in the sky, the asteroid is estimated to be anywhere between 459 feet and 1,050 feet across.
Fun Fact: Like planets, asteroids orbit the sun in a rocky orbit, although they are much smaller than planets.