April 13,2019, a tail of light will visible across the sky, getting bright and faster; & at the certain point it will travel more than the width of full moon within a minute and will be as bright as Stars.
That giant object will be a 1100 foot wide, near-Earth asteroid “Apophis” that will potentially cruise harmlessly by Earth.
“The Apophis close approach in 2029 will be an incredible opportunity for science,” said Marina Brozovic who is a Radar scientist at NASA’s Jet Propulation Laboratory in Pasadena
“Current calculations show that Apophis still has a small chance of impacting Earth, less than 1 in 100,000 many decades from now; but future measurements of its position expected to rule out any possible impacts,” said NASA recently
The asteroid, looking like a moving star-like point of light; will first become visible to the naked eye in the night sky over the Southern Hemisphere; flying above Earth from the east coast to the west coast of Australia.
It will then cross the Indian Ocean, and by the afternoon in the eastern US; it will have crossed the equator, still moving west, above Africa.