NASA confirmed that it was watching the massive rock that will fly past on May 18th.
This is the day Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are to close the deal for millions of people in front of Windsor Castle
The discovered cluster JPL 8 is expected to pass our planet at 2:21 am, just hours before the ceremony begins.
He will be traveling at a distance of 13.9 km / s.
But fortunately, experts predict that there is no threat to our planet which means that the royal wedding is likely to take place  Around 100,000 people are expected in Windsor on May 19 to catch a glimpse of the newly wed couple.
Millions of people around the world are expected.
NASA said the asteroid was listed as a close ear object
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The rock is an Apollo-type asteroid and was discovered by the Catalina Sky Survey in the United States.
The Space Agency stated that the object has an estimated diameter of 49m and 110m.
This is the size of a soccer field.
While it is expected to miss our planet when it hits Earth, experts believe that it would be worst than the impact of the 59ft asteroid that hit the city of Chelyabinsk in Russia in 2013.
This particular explosion injured around 1,500 people, and damaged over 7,000 buildings.
On April 10, nearly 2,000 potentially dangerous asteroids (PHAs) were discovered, but none of them are on a collision course with our planet.
are asteroids larger than 100 meters and closer to Earth than 19.5 LD.
Five more objects are to pass the earth at a safe distance before the royal wedding.
Eastern Russia El & # 39 ; Gygytgyn sitting in a small asteroid impact crater
To date, astronomers have detected more than 18,000 near-Earth objects (NEOs) ,
It was only this year that nearly 500 such objects were identified.
The space agency is preparing for the arrival of the giant asteroid Bennu.
This space rock is supposed to be the size of the Empire State Building and would have devastating effects on civilization as we know it would collide with Earth.