Asteroid spotted with 1 in 625 chance of hitting Earth
Scientists are keeping a close eye on an asteroid, called 2011 AG5, which might be heading towards Earth.
The 140 metre wide space rock was first discovered last January, by scientists using a telescope in the Arizona desert.
Experts think the rock currently has a 1 in 625 chance of hitting Earth in the year 2040. That's quite small.
It's still 91 million miles away and scientists think they'll have a better idea of where it's heading next year.
2011 AG5 is one of 8,744 asteroids which are classed as near-Earth objects.
Don Yeomans from Nasa's Near-Earth Object Program reckons it's unlikely the rock will hit Earth, saying: "I fully expect we will be able to significantly reduce or rule out entirely any impact probability for the foreseeable future."
Last month, a much smaller rock called 2012 BX34 flew within 66,000 miles of Earth. That was the one of the closest passes ever recorded.