NASA has detected a total of six asteroids heading for Earth on Friday. Based on the agency’s database, this marks the most number of asteroid near-collisions in a single day for the month of November.

The first asteroid that will enter Earth’s vicinity tomorrow is called 2019 UG12. According to NASA’s Center for Near-Earth Object Studies (CNEOS), this asteroid is currently moving towards Earth at a speed of almost 27,000 miles per hour and has an estimated diameter of 105 feet.

2019 UG12 will zip past Earth on Nov. 1 at 2:48 pm EDT from a distance of around 0.01023 astronomical units or roughly 951,000 miles away.

The second asteroid that will approach Earth on Friday has been identified as 2019 UP7. This asteroid is currently flying at a speed of 21,000 miles per hour. CNEOS estimated that the asteroid is about 134 feet wide.

According to CNEOS, 2019 UP7 will zip past Earth tomorrow at 3:09 pm EDT. During this time, it will be about 0.03957 astronomical units or around 3.7 million miles from the planet’s center.

Trailing behind 2019 UP7 is 2019 UM4. CNEOS noted that this asteroid is moving with an average velocity of 20,000 miles per hour and is about 118 feet wide.

2019 UM4 is expected to approach Earth on Friday at 3:14 pm EDT from a distance of 0.02849 astronomical units or around 2.6 million miles away.

The fourth asteroid that will visit Earth’s neighborhood is called 2019 UD13. According to CNEOS, this asteroid is moving towards Earth with a speed of 52,000 miles per hour. It has a diameter of around 394 feet, making it the biggest asteroid in the group.

2019 UD13 will debut in Earth’s vicinity on Nov. 1 at 3:43 pm EDT. During its approach, the asteroid will be about 0.03919 astronomical units or roughly 3.6 million miles away.

Closely following 2019 UD13 is the asteroid 2019 UG11, which is currently traveling at a velocity of almost 23,000 miles per hour. CNEOS estimated that this asteroid is about 92 feet wide.

According to the agency, this asteroid will fly past the planet tomorrow at 4:42 pm EDT from a very close distance of 0.00140 astronomical units or roughly 130,000 miles away. This means the asteroid will approach Earth from around half the distance between the Earth and the Moon.

The last asteroid that will enter Earth’s neighborhood tomorrow is called 2019 UR12. According to CNEOS, this asteroid is moving at a speed of 15,000 miles per hour and has an estimated diameter of 276 feet.

2019 UR12 is expected to approach Earth on Friday at 9:39 pm EDT. During this time, the asteroid will be about 0.02513 astronomical units or about 2.3 million miles away.

Two Very Different Asteroids Image of two different asteroids captured by NASA. Photo: NASA/JPL/JHUAPL