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NASA is giving everyone plenty of time to prepare for a potential asteroid collision with the Earth. Astronomers have provided the exact date that a city-killer asteroid the size of the Great Pyramid of Giza could potentially smash into Earth.

Asteroid JF1 is heading towards our planet, and there is a slight chance that the space rock could collide with Earth. The asteroid has a diameter of over 420 feet or roughly the size of the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt.

At its current trajectory, JF1 would do a fly-by of Earth on May 6, 2022, which coincidentally is the release date of Black Panther 2.

There is a one in 3,800 chance the asteroid will hit Earth on that day, according to NASA. So you might want to hold off on buying your Black Panther 2 tickets until it is safe. If JF1 smashes into Earth, the impact will release 15 kilotons of TNT, which would be more than 15 times larger than the atomic bomb that decimated Hiroshima in 1945.