The approaching asteroid is being monitored by NASA’s Center for Near-Earth Object Studies, which is tracking the object, known as 2020 EF, at more than 10,000 mph.
2020 DP4, on the other hand, will cross Earth’s path on March 22 at 2:36 p.m. EST. Unlike 2020 EF, 2020 DP4 will approach Earth from a much closer distance. According to CNEOS, 2020 DP4 will zip past Earth from only 0.00901 astronomical units away, which is equivalent to around 840,000 miles away.
A bunch of video views of the Chelyabinsk, notice the time, the meteor hits, 9:11 in the fourth view and screen capped below