Remember that skullshaped space rock that tormented us during Halloween in 2015? Its back and creepier than ever. The 700 metre asteroid that looks uncannily like a skull first passed our planet on October 31, 2015, in time for Halloween.
The skullshaped rock, which was detected by the PanStarrs 1 telescope in 2015, is thought to be an extinct comet that lost its water and other volatile material, according to Oct 19, 2015 Asteroid 2015 TB145 will pass our planet on October 31, 2015 at approximately 1. 3 times the distance from the Earth to the Moon An asteroid designated 2015 TB145 will On Halloween 2015, an asteroid shaped eerily similar to a human skull flew past Earth without issue.
The timing was a fun coincidence, Dec 22, 2017 The SkullShaped Halloween Asteroid 2015 TB145 Is Returning In 2018, Back in 2015, the skullshaped asteroid officially known as 2015 TB145 flew by Earth aptly The Spooky Asteroid or the Skull Asteroid will zoom by earth in November 2018 but this time the flyby won't occur exactly on Halloween day and will be less close to the planet.
Skullshaped asteroid will fly past Earth on Halloween The space watcher" TRUTHSEEKER" on YouTube claims this image taken by the Mars rover shows two dinosaurs on the surface of the red planet A haunting human skullshaped Halloween Asteroid is fast approaching planet Earth as it rushes through our solar system at a tremendous speed. According to cosmologists, the asteroid 2015 TB145 will be hurtling towards our planet in 2018 and such an encounter wont be seen until 2088.
Halloween asteroid that raced by Earth looks eerily like a skull which has come to be known as the Halloween asteroid, but in the Arecibo images it appears to have donned a skull costume Youtube; Watch SYFY Shows.
Top Shows This bizarre skullshaped asteroid will be haunting us again. Contributed by. Elizabeth Rayne. asteroid 2015 TB145called what else but the Halloween asteroid for making a ghostly appearance a little over 300, 000 miles away from Earth on October 31 of 2015comes eerily close to Dec 21, 2017 The skullshaped asteroid will pass the planet again in November The eerie asteroid that first passed the planet on Halloween 2015 will return next year with some social media users fearful it