An asteroid double the size of the Shard will pass by Earth on Saturday night, NASA scientists have said.
The space rock, known as Asteroid 2000 QW7, is set to fly by around three million miles from Earth at 14,361mph, according to the US space agency’s jet propulsion laboratory.
The asteroid is approximately between 300 and 600 metres wide, according to NASA data, but it poses no danger.
In comparison, the Shard, the tallest building in the UK, stands at 309.7 metres high.
The 2000 QW7 will be the second of two relatively medium-sized asteroids to pass Earth in a day.