Space-rocks, those hazardous items fit for clearing out whole developments are found by millions in space. A large portion of them spins around planetary system basically between around the Mars and Jupiter yet interestingly, as per various information gathered by scientists there are various space-rocks that are moving toward the earth and some of them even have a date for their crash with our planet. This time we will review some of them that are in a collision path with earth and their possible date of the collision. We would prefer not to caution you that the same number of space-rocks have gone through the earth from the beginning of time and have infrequently represented a danger to the planet. A portion of their record has an effective date. This is not accurate as many of them change the trajectory over the years.
Knowing this let’s get started…
Space-rocks 1999 the rq36 year 2182 consider the most dangerous in the universe this rocky body measures approximately 560 meters in diameter and was discovered in 1999. According to scientific studies it is estimated that it will impact the earth in the year 2182. According to a study by scientist maria eugenia Sansa, it may or may not impact it all depends on whether it undergoes a change in this trajectory, known as the Yarkovsky effect. The effect consists in the fact that a modification in the trajectory can occur causing a rotation of itself a change in its trajectory and therefore avoid a collision with the earth however if it does not undergo a change in trajectory it is expected to impact by 2182. Although the exact date of the collision is not known.
Space-rocks 2014 j0 25 years 2027 was discovered in 2014 by NASA’s scientific research agency turned its attention to this indicates that it will pass very close to the earth. They estimated that it will pass only 1.8 million kilometres from the earth. It is discovered in 2014 is a diameter of 650 meters and is characterized as potentially dangerous because its collision date is budgeted for 2027. It is one of the smallest space-rocks ever discovered by NASA.
Space-rocks 2135 was discovered by NASA long ago. However, its main risk is that it’s expected to collide with Earth’s orbit by the year 2135 specifically by Thursday, September 21st. The truth is that it’s a long way from that particular date however perhaps the children or grandchildren will suffer from such collisions. Specialized astrophysicists from NASA is working to prevent that. NASA is developing a program that consists of launching a missile to divert the orbit away from the planet although it sounds a bit fictional.
Space-rocks 2011 AG five the year 2040 has a diameter of approximately a hundred and forty meters and was discovered in 2011 by NASA. This is mainly being studied by thier scientists and astrophysicists as it’s expected to collide in the year 2040 specifically by February 5th of the same year. They estimate that there is enough time to send a mission to deflect it from Earth’s orbit to avoid the collision.
Apophis years 2029 discovered in 2004 it’s also a threat not of a collision but it will pass very close to the Earth’s orbit in 2029. According to NASA experts it has an approximate size of three professional soccer fields and it’s not a solid mass. So there’s a risk of a group of rocks falling when it passes near the Earth’s orbit. Scientists point out that the probability of this apocalypse happening is 2.3 in a million.
Neutron star PSR jay-z r108 1431, according to a theory a neutron star would collide with our planet in a short period of time. NASA recently conducted a study in which it determined that this object could collide with the earth in the year 2080. The study states that this star is one of the most ancient with an approximate age of a hundred and sixty-six million years. Scientists no longer have any doubt about whether it will collide or not. What they don’t really know is when the neutron star theory may not come true in 2087 but what is certain is that the possibility of this happening is very high.
All these space-rocks are expected to collide with Earth’s orbit in many years to come. Perhaps some of them can be diverted thanks to the efforts of the different NASA projects or perhaps others due to physical causes that will change the orbit of the space-rocks and therefore avoid the possible collisions.