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Meteorites threat on earth is increasing rapidly now a days

  • Meteorite dropped to prove NASA prediction wrong

  • All meteorites begin a fresh investigation

  • Falsified NASA’s calculations

  • This is the event of last July


New Delhi: Meteorites threat are coming towards earth rapidly.

In other terms this Threat has been a sudden increase of meteorites moving towards the earth.

However, scientists believe that due to the progress in astronomy, we are getting more information about these meteorites than before.

But this is the first time that a meteorite has proved NASA’s information wrong.

With this, the need to review the entire preparation afresh is being felt.


In recent times many meteorites have passed very close to the Earth.

Some of these were so large in size that a fall on Earth could have caused havoc.

But this time Astroid 2019 has come down on Earth proving NASA wrong.

Being small in size, it did not cause much damage.

But now NASA is also engaged in a war level to rectify its calculated mistakes.

NASA had said about this meteorite that it will pass through the Earth.

This meteorite fell on Earth a few hours after NASA’s comment, proving NASA wrong.

It has fallen in the Caribbean region.

This incident happened last July 22 but now scientists have given public information about it.

Because of being only three meters in size, there was no anticipation of any major danger from it, but NASA’s mistake in understanding its direction is considered a serious lapse.

Meteorites coming to Earth at a high speed 

According to the available information, this small meteorite came towards the Earth at a speed of 14.9 kilometers per second.

In the end, it exploded at a height of the earth with its own heat.

Small pieces of it have fallen in the Caribbean.

Because of this, the methodology for assessing the arrival of meteorites towards the Earth is being tested again so that there is no such mistake again about a major meteorite.

Otherwise, after a wrong analysis, if a large-sized meteorite falls on the earth, then big catastrophe is sure to come.

Meteorites coming at a high speed usually heat up as they enter the Earth’s atmosphere.

For this reason, they also explode.

Many people were injured in the glass rain in the sky due to the explosion of a meteorite in a region of Russia.

There was also considerable loss.

Scientists are worried that in the event of a large size, stones of such a solar system can bring devastation like earthquake and tsunami in the world.

Also, the tremor and high-speed winds arising from its collision can also cause havoc.

This has happened many times before in the ancient earth.

All of them start burning after entering atmosphere

After the scientists’ calculations about this meteorite proved wrong,

it is now reported that this meteorite was first seen when it was about five lakh kilometers from the Earth.

At that time its position was more than the moon.

Seeing a stone at such a distance was such that one could see some insects from a distance of about five hundred kilometers.

But it still threatened to come inside the Earth while living outside the calculations of scientists.

After this incident, scientists are renewed in the investigation of all such meteorites, which were earlier predicted to pass close to the Earth.

One of these meteorites 2019 GT3 is already feared that it may hit Earth.

But after this one incident, all the meteorites that are expected to pass close to the earth

are being investigated.

These include 2019 ON, 2006 QQ 23, 454094, 2013 BZ 45, 2018 PN 22, 2016 PD, 2002 JR 100 and 2019 OU 1.

However, after this calculation is mis-certified, NASA scientist David Forosia has clarified that meteorites of such small size are generally not monitored.

They are not monitored either because it is certain that meteorites of such small size

will be heated and explode at the speed of their arrival inside the Earth’s atmosphere.

Therefore, there is no possibility of their large size hitting the earth.

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