NASA Named the Seven foot Asteroid "2018VP1"
Job 36:10-12; Revelation 13:13, 20:9; Revelation 8:11
8-23-20, BreakInsraelNews -- Recent revelations by USA's NASA has given residents of the Earth information about the potentiality of an asteroid on a collision course with the planet Earth. "2018VP1" is expected to arrive on November 2, 2020 [the day before the US Presidential Election] and, according to NASA’s Center for Near-Earth Object Studies (CNEOS), it has a .41 % chance of hitting the Earth. If it does impact, it's not expected to do any damage as it's only about seven feet in diameter; it might rattle some windows or drop meteorites on rooftops.
However, some NASA officials are not so confident.
In 2019, NASA administrator, Jim Bridenstine, warned that there's a very real possibility of another large meteor crashing into the earth. He referred to the 2013 asteroid with a diameter of 66 feet that entered the atmosphere over Chelyabinsk, Russia at a speed of 40,000 mph generating an air burst with about 30 times as much energy as that released from the atomic bomb detonated at Hiroshima. 
Yuval Ovadia, has often reported on the asteroid Nibiru said: “More and more asteroids are being seen by average people. Of course, governments around the world are aware of this; but aren’t ready to tell people about the threat of meteors.” Ovadia explained that Jewish sources describe a star that will appear in the end of days that will wreak havoc, but not destroy the world, what many refer to as Nibiru.
“I will display wonders in the sky and on the earth, blood, fire and columns of smoke."
Luke 21:11, 25
“There will be signs in sun and moon and stars, and on the earth dismay among nations, in perplexity at the roaring of the sea and the waves."
God said: ‘And I will grant wonders in the sky above and signs on the earth below, blood, fire and vapor of smoke."
 Chelyabinsk Meteor: A Wake-Up Call for Earth | Space.com -- The Russia, Chelyabinsk meteor was a small asteroid — about the size of a six-story building' diameter sixty-six feet — that broke up on Feb. 15, 2013. The blast was stronger than a nuclear explosion, triggering detections as far away as Antarctica. It generated a shock wave that shattered glass and injured about 1,200 people. Some scientists think the meteor was so bright it may have briefly outshone the sun. The incident was another reminder to space agencies about the importance of monitoring small bodies in space that could pose a threat to Earth.
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