March 05, 2016: Asteroid 2013 TX68 Closer Than the Moon

March 05, 2016 Asteroid 2013 TX68 will come in very close proximity to the Earth. It may come within less than 11,000 nautical miles in the atmosphere.

Asteroid 2013 TX68 was first discovered in 2013 and NASA does not know how close the asteroid will come the planet. is suggesting 11,000 nautical miles for the asteroid reach.

Last week,  a large ball fire was reported in the evening in the Northeast area of the US and Northern Canadian.

On January 31, 2016 Light of Mary said to pay attention to the skies.

“Look at the top, the signals do not stop, the common humanity looks toward the ground with his head down looking for more mundane than the above.”

Also, Asteroid 2013 TX68 is estimated to be 100 feet wide or larger.

In the words of a musical band, ‘keep your heads to the sky”.




About melbrake

Mel Brake is an awarding winning Philadelphia based poet/singer/song writer, whose poetry has appeared in several media outlets and journals, including Philadelphia Poets 2007, 2008 and 2009, Mad Poets Review, Fox Chase Review, and The Philadelphia Bulletin. In addition, Long Island Sounds: An Anthology of Poetry, Writing Outside The Lines (WOSTL) Anthology, Word Riot Magazine, The New Verse News, Word Salad Magazine and Poetry Ink 2010 has published his works. Recently, his band, the Mel Brake Family Band performed a benefit concert at Cross Road Café in Delaware County. He is the Founder and Executive Director of MPW, a non-profit organization, focusing on using the arts to reach children in the Tri-state area. In addition, his first chapbook, “Obama Poetry Project” is available at:
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