Two huge asteroids, which are both as big as a skyscraper, sailed past earth on the 23rd January.
The space rocks are measured at around 380 long. This is taller than the Auckland Sky Tower.
The first of the two asteroids – known as 2020 PP – flew past Earth on 23 January, according to NASA.
However, we don’t have anything to worry about. The asteroid will still be around 4.3 million miles away from us.
The second of the two space rocks flew past on the 25th January and is slightly larger. NASA estimate it measures up to 430m in diameter, and it will come within a distance of around 3.7 million miles from Earth.
Both of these asteroids are known as near-Earth objects (NEOs).
No asteroid has hit Earth in 66 million years, since the one that caused the dinosaurs to become extinct.