Whenever asteroids pass near the Earth, the biggest question is whether they will collide with our planet or not. Asteroids are classified based on their distance from Earth. According to NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab, these asteroids have been named 2016 CZ31 and 2013 CU83. Of these, 2016 CZ31 is expected to pass close to Earth on July 29, although there will still be a distance of 2.8 million kilometers between the two. At the same time, Asteroid 2013 CU83 will come near Earth on 30 July. Even when it will be closest to the Earth, there will be a distance of 69 lakh kilometers between the two.
At present, neither of the two asteroids is expected to hit the Earth. However, NASA is monitoring them, so that they can be fully monitored and the Earth can be saved from their potential danger. Actually, asteroids can change their direction and speed at any moment, so it becomes necessary to monitor them till the end. Anyway, NASA has categorized them as potentially dangerous asteroids. This means that in the future these asteroids may collide with the Earth.
At present, there is no danger to the Earth because of them, although things can change at any moment. For now, we should see it as an important astronomical event. Both asteroids will come close to Earth on July 29 and 30. If you are interested in the events of space, then with the help of the powerful telescope you can see them.