By MARCIA DUNN,The Associated Press Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — An asteroid bigger than an aircraft carrier will dart between the Earth and moon on Tuesday — the closest encounter by such a huge rock in 35 years. But scientists say not to worry. It won’t hit.
Russian scientists have concluded that an 1,100-foot-long asteroid could hit the Earth—and they even have an exact date for its impact. According to the Huffington Post, researchers at St. Petersburg State University have marked April 13, 2036 as the date that the asteroid, named Apophis, might strike the planet. Professor