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29 April 2020 ko kya hone wala hai prithvi par?

Q: 29 April 2020 mein kya hone wala hai prithvi par?

लोगों का दावा 
-29 अप्रैल 2020 को होगा दुनिया का खात्मा !
-सोशल मीडिया पर चर्चा है कि 29 अप्रैल 2020 को दुनियाका विनाश हो जाएगा !
-29 अप्रैल को एक छोटा ग्रह पृथ्वी से टकराएगा और दुनिया खत्म हो जाएगी !
-NASA से खबर आई 29 अप्रैल 2020 को दुनियाका विनाश हो जाएगा !

A: यह सभी दावे गलत है !

Darne ki kohi baat nahi! 29 April 2020 ko daawe jaisa kuch bhi nahi hone wala hai prithvi par

It's totally fake. And don't worry, it won't even come close to hitting us. NASA hasn't announced any asteroid hitting Earth.

However, its true that a large asteroid is poised to fly by Earth at that time. Asteroid (52768) 1998 OR2 will make a close approach to Earth on April 29, 2020. But it won't hit earth.

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  1. Many Facebook users started sharing a video by Headlines India and captioned it saying that the world is going to end on April 29. Here is the screenshot of one such post.
    Many WhatsApp forwards were also seen mentioning the same in different languages.
    Few online portals had also misinterpreted the official NASA news leading to a state of panic amongst people reading this message.

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