A piece of rock with a diameter of only 370 meters is in a light collision probability course with our Earth. It will reach its closest orbit to Earth in 2029. This time the probability of a fall is low but again it will return to 2068. The Subaru (Japanese) Telescope made a worrying discovery. The apophysis heats up in the heat of the sun and a thermal radiation from it. It has been found that its speed increases as it occurs.
This is called the Yarkovsky effect. This effect may alter the orbit of the apophysis. If so, there is a risk of a fall on Earth or the Moon.
Just a small reminder that earth and life are not a separate setup.