A small asteroid is currently hurtling toward Earth, but NASA says there is really is nothing to worry about. But it will come close.

Asteroid 2013 TX68 is expected to pass us next weekend on March 5.

It might pass us a distance of 9 million miles (14 million km) which is pretty safe since that 35 times farther away than our Moon. But it could come as close as 11,000 miles (17,000 km) which is much closer (by 50%) of the altitude that our geosynchronous satellites orbit.

Why all this imprecision with scientists? Not enough data. The asteroid was discovered and last seen in 2013 and scientists were only able to gather data on it for three days before it passed in front of the sun and was lost in glare.