- NASA warns that in the coming years, an asteroid may hit the Earth anytime.
- He said that to save the earth, we need to prepare better against it.
- NASA warns based on the conclusions reached after rehearsing the asteroid collision
The US Space Agency NASA and the European Space Agency have warned that in the years to come, the asteroid can hit the Earth anytime and our Earth is not ready for this collision. He said that to save the earth, we need to prepare better to deal with it.
Earlier on 26 April, NASA’s Planetary Defense Coordination Office did a rehearsal in which they tried to know what the effect would be if an asteroid hit the earth. Scientists said that the impact of this collision is not far away, but in the future it may be a collision. Now after this exercise, NASA and European agency have started preparing to save the Earth.
During the exercise, NASA’s center imagined that a huge asteroid was moving towards the Earth. This asteroid was named 2021 PDC which was about 35 meters wide and 700 meters wide. During this exercise it was found that there are 5 percent chance of asteroids hitting the earth. He said that this collision could happen somewhere in Europe. He said that this collision with a rock coming from space would be so terrible as to explode a powerful atomic bomb.
American scientist preparing to attack with atomic bomb
Amid the looming threat of asteroids hitting the earth, American scientists are now preparing to deal with it. American scientists are now working on an alternative way to send these asteroids away from the Earth’s orbit. Scientists have suggested that in some cases the option of using nuclear weapons would be better than the option of non-nuclear weapons.
Scientists from the Lawrence Lawrencemoor National Laboratory of America are now working with a team of technical experts from the US Air Force. Lansing Horan, a member of this team, IV stated that the goal can be achieved with the help of neutron radiation after nuclear explosion. He said that neutrons can penetrate much more than X-rays.