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One of the fragments of the original collision lands in the Pacific Ocean.
The shockwaves and resulting ball of fire and destruction engulfs the whole of New Guinea, much of Borneo and parts of northern Australia.
NASA - Claims - One - Chance - Apophis
NASA, however, claims there is only a one in 250,000 chance of Apophis hitting our planet.
Steve Chesley who works for the agency explained: "Apophis has been one of those celestial bodies that has captured the public’s interest since it was discovered in 2004.
Techniques - Data - Probability - Earth - Encounter
"Updated computational techniques and newly available data indicate the probability of an Earth encounter...
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