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After 4 days an asteroid twice the size of a pyramid will collide into Earth's atmosphere, find out what the effect will be

After 4 days an asteroid twice the size of a pyramid will collide into Earth's atmosphere, find out what the effect will be : gkjobs.in


After 4 days an asteroid twice the size of a pyramid will collide into Earth's atmosphere, find out what the effect will be

An asteroid twice as big as the Pyramid of Giza is rapidly approaching Earth. It will enter Earth orbit on September 6. Scientists at the US space agency NASA have expressed fears that it could collide with the Earth's atmosphere. It could collide with the Earth's atmosphere on September 6 at 3.30 pm Indian time.

This asteroid is called the Apollo asteroid because it is crossing Earth's orbit. And this can be dangerous for the earth. In scientific language its name is 465824 (2010 FR). Scientists discovered this dangerous asteroid 10 years ago.

"Like all other asteroids, it will come out of the side of the earth," said a scientist at the Center for Near Earth Objects. There is no danger to the earth. But NASA scientists have warned of danger.

465824 (2010 FR) The asteroid is moving towards the earth at a speed of 50533 kilometers per hour. I.e. a speed of about 14 kilometers per second. The pyramid is 270 meters wide and 886 feet long. It is twice the size of the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt.

There is no need to fear, NASA scientists have said. This is because these asteroids can pass close to Earth. But the process of getting in and out of its atmosphere can be very dangerous. Trapped in the earth's gravitational force, it can fall into land or ocean.

Scientists from NASA and CNEOS are monitoring the asteroid. Because its speed is much higher. According to astronomers, this asteroid has a 50000 chance of colliding with the Earth every 100 years. But someone somehow gets it off the side of the earth.

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Dr. Bruce Bates of the International Group of Astronomers said that such asteroids are smaller than a few meters. It usually enters the atmosphere and burns. It does not cause any major damage. In 2013, a meteorite about 20 meters long hit the atmosphere. A 40-meter-long meteorite crashed into the Siberian atmosphere in 1908 and was destroyed.
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