After the information of the "destructive power" of the ASTEROX FT3 circulated and on which this could have an impact on the Earth on October 3rd, NASA clarified that although the asteroid does exist, the chances are that receipt with our planet is practically impossible.
As detailed by NASA in the database of the Center for Near-Earth Object Studies (CNEOS), the probability that the "2007 FT3" asteroid has an impact on the Earth is 0.0000092%, that is, one in 11 million, a number so low that in practice it is equal to 0.
In fact, in the Scala of Turin, which classifies the danger of impact on a scale from 0 to 10, where 0 is an absolutely zero possibility of impact and 10 a sure impact that threatens the future of Humanity, the asteroid "2007 FT3" is classified as 0.
The asteroid FT3 is an "object near the Earth" of type Apollo (NEO). It was recorded by NASA radar for the first time on March 20, 2007.