The asteroid was first discovered in 2013 when it made it’s first fly-by, but this time it could come even closer.
However, on the other hand, Nasa states that it may be up to 9 million miles away.
Paul Chodas of NASA's Center for Near Earth Object said: "This asteroid's orbit is quite uncertain, and it will be hard to predict where to look for it.
"There is a chance that the asteroid will be picked up by our asteroid search telescopes when it safely flies past us next month, providing us with to more precisely define its orbit around the sun.”
Although the chances seem slim, it is more likely that 2013 TX68 will plough into Earth next year than it was to win last weeks Powerball jackpot in the US, when odds were one in 292 million. Read More