1. Deep Breath: Asteroid 2009 JF1 Won't Smack Into Earth Today  CNET
  2. Is an asteroid hitting the earth? This is what NASA says  Marca English
  3. No, a 'Potentially Hazardous' Asteroid Isn't Buzzing Earth in May 2022  Snopes.com
  4. 2 big asteroids whiz past Earth in the next week. No, they definitely won't hit us.  Space.com
  5. NASA: A mammoth 1.8 km wide ‘potentially hazardous’ asteroid is hurtling towards Earth  HT Tech
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The asteroid's path had been mysterious, but scientists have it sorted out.The asteroid's path had been mysterious, but scientists have it sorted out.

Deep Breath: Asteroid 2009 JF1 Won't Smack Into Earth Today - CNET

There are two asteroids making very safe flybys of Earth in the coming days.NASA keeps close tabs on space rocks and has found no imminent threats.

2 big asteroids whiz past Earth in the next week. No, they definitely won't hit us. | Space

We're not getting another Chelyabinsk, despite what some say.We're not getting another Chelyabinsk, despite what some say.

No, a 'Potentially Hazardous' Asteroid Isn't Buzzing Earth in May 2022 | Snopes.com

Asteroid 2009 JF1 was on the European Space Agency Near-Earth Objects Coordination Center's notable risk list, as it was thought to have a 1 in 4,000 chance of hitting Earth during a close approach in May.Asteroid 2009 JF1 was on the European Space Agency Near-Earth Objects Coordination Center's notable risk list, as it was thought to have a 1 in 4,000 chance of hitting Earth during a close approach in May.

Asteroid hitting Earth 2022: Asteroid 2009 JF1 won't collide with Earth on May 6

Contrary to what some tabloid sites are reporting, Asteroid 2009 JF1 will not hit Earth on May 6 2022.Have you heard that on May 6, 2022 — this Friday! — an asteroid “the size of the Great Pyramid in Giza” may hit Earth?  You might have if you listen to conspiracy-laden YouTube videos and “news” sites online that make breathless claims without being overly burdened with a predilection for accuracy. To be clear: No, an asteroid the size of an Egyptian pyramid won’t hit the Earth on Friday. First of all, it’s not anywhere near that big, and second, it’s likely to miss us by tens of million kilometers.

Bad Astronomy | Asteroid 2009 JF1 will not hit Earth on May 6 2022 | SYFY WIRE