The asteroid 2015 TB145 will approach to the Earth in the next few days. The meteorite, which was popularized as the asteroid skull for its resemblance to a human skull, was discovered in 2015, when he was captured in the Hawaiian telescope Pan-STARRS. That year, he spent some 486.000 km of the Earth just the day of Halloween, October 31, at a small distance in astronomical terms, although without any risk of collision. Three years later, the meteor gets closer to the planet, although this time will do so to a much greater distance, and also close to the All Saints ‘ day.
In particular, the 2015 TB145 will pass by the closest point to the Earth on the 7th of November and will not come close to our planet at a similar distance up to the year 2085. With a diameter of 600 meters, the key of its resemblance to a skull are the two craters of a few hundred meters that reflect some of the pictures taken from its surface.