A new mini-moon is about to join Earth’s orbit. It could be a booster rocket from the 60s

A mini-moon is on track to enter Earth’s orbit and come as close as 27,000 miles away.

However, rather than some asteroid that will orbit around the Earth, it may actually just be some old space junk that made its way back to our planet.
Dr. Paul Chodas, the director of NASA’s Center for Near Earth Object Studies, believes that the object, named Asteroid 2020 SO, is an old booster rocket from the 1960s.