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NASA Reveals Time A Deadly Asteroid Is Predicted To Hurdle Towards Earth Just After Christmas

Around December 25, we have a close encounter with a deadly asteroid called 216258 2006 WH1. This giant is more than 500 meters wide, large enough to destroy a city. It will come with 3.7 million miles from our planet, which seems like a great distance but cuts in cosmic terms.

The rock will move away happily and let us all enjoy our Christmas instead of having an explosion on Earth, killing millions and forcing many more to a brutal battle to survive in a world of devastating hell.

Unfortunately, it was some time ago when we hit an asteroid, and the European Space Agency recently found a space rock that may be in the process of collision with Earth. The cosmologists of the continent list all the most dangerous space rocks, and have added an object called SU3 2019 to this fatality dossier.

The asteroid is 14 meters wide and is one of the 385 plowing opportunities on our planet on September 16, 2084. However, this effect would be powerful enough to cause deaths in only one local area. If the asteroid kills us, surely humanity will live to fight another day.

A fireball that exploded in the sky over Japan could be linked to a deadly asteroid that will destroy our planet; scientists warned this week. Since 2017, astronomers are trying to work out with a small object in the form of a ping-pong ball, which got burned in the Earth’s atmosphere.

The object is so vast that it has its moon. In comparison, it is believed that the asteroid that killed the dinosaurs was between seven and 50 miles in diameter.

There is a 6% chance of hitting the Earth sometime in the next 10 million years.

This effect will become a fireball that will sweep everything within a range of hundreds of miles, throw so much dust into the air that crops will fail worldwide, and mass starvation will threaten the future of our species.

Firearms, including debris, was thrown and landing, and starting new fires would extend up to 600 km from the point of impact.

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