NASA on alert as HUGE Asteroid 2014-YB35 set to 'skim past Earth' at 23,000 mph on FRIDAYOnce again NASA has put us on alert as reports indicate that a Mammoth asteroid capable of wiping out an entire country is on a near-collision course with Earth. The 1,000-metre wide monster will hurtle terrifyingly close to the planet within days, sparking fears of an unprecedented disaster. The object called ‘2014-YB35’ is almost the same size as Ben Nevis and will skim the Earth on FRIDAY travelling at more than 23,000 mph. Small meteorites often pass close by however one of this size is a once in 5,000-year occurrence, according to concerned astronomers. A collision with Earth would unleash an explosive force equivalent to more than 15,000 million tonnes – 15,000 megatons – of TNT. The path of the asteroid is shown below in an animated ‘trajectory map’ released by NASA. It can clearly be seen only narrowly missing the Earth. Any impact would trigger devastating changes in the climate, earthquakes and tsunamis leading to the eradication of entire communities. This all comes after a solar Storm, Solar Eclipse, and Supermoon just occurred! FULL REPORT