NASA has reported that the Space agency wants to keep all database of all the precise approaches in which Space rocks past our planet Zoom. And Space Agency List reveals that how many large objects are ready to head in the Earth Direction, as well as they are dozens of small ones. And of course, when these objects hit our Planet, it kills millions of people.
Gigantic Space Rock are Truly Monstrous for our Planet!!! According to Space agencies the firstly, we called 2019 UO, and it will come within approx 2.7 million miles of our planet. And it’s hard to believe that it to be up to 560 meters wide it means that it could be twice the one of size Square of Canada.
And on the next day, asteroid 2019 WC5 will zoom past at a distance just under 1.5 million miles. And this object is thought to be approx 180 meters wide, and again it’s enough to kill millions of people. It was the most significant rock Called 2009 BH2 will enough to destroy our planet.
Wolfe Creek Carter specialized scientists believed that these rocks have enough capability to become second-largest impact crater on Earth!!
The Wolfe Creek Crater formed when a 15-meter-wide meteorite, weighing about 14,000 tons, collapsed to the ground at 27 kilometers per second, creating dangerous conditions on our planet NASA reported.
Therefore, one of the researchers by an International team Barrows From the Wollongong University has found that the object probably hit us 120,000 years ago. “We calculate that the maximum width of the crater is 946 meters in a NE-SW direction, reflecting the course of the impact. The average diameter is 892 meters. ‘We predict the depth of 178 meters and that it is filled by about 120 meters of sediment, mostly sand blown in from the desert” said Professor Barrows.
Therefore, these rocks are definetly hazardous for our planet. Honestly, there is nothing more revealed by the researcher about the objects, but we assure you that when we have known more information related to the asteroids, we will tell you first. So, For more information, Stay tuned with us.