Apophis 3D Model

Item #81569

Own a 3D replica of Apophis, which will pass by Earth a mere distance of 19,800 miles in 2029.
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Apohis was first spotted by astronomers in June 2004, and is named after the Egyptian god of evil and destruction.  Initially, astronomers were concerned about a possible collision between Apophis and Earth in 2029.  With a width of about 3.5 football fields, the consequences of Apophis' impact would have been significant.  

On April 13, 2029, Apophis will streak over the United States., and it will gain enough brightness to match that of the stars in the Little Dipper.


  • Informative flyer with facts about the asteroid's discovery and features
  • Clear acrylic riser for desk display

Size 4.099 cm x 2.851 cm x 2.463 cm

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