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  • What If The Largest Asteroid Hit Earth?

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  • What If The Largest Asteroid Hit Earth?

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    In Earth’s history, there have been five large-scale extinctions that completely changed the face of our planet: 98% of animal and plant species disappeared forever……. Four out of these five extinctions were caused by the impact of huge asteroids. It was these asteroids that wiped out the trilobites, giant mollusks, and then the dinosaurs. What are the odds that they will not be the cause of humankind’s extinction?…… Where do asteroids come from…..? How big can an asteroid get…….? And what would happen if the largest asteroid we knew of struck the earth…….? All these, and more, in our today’s video.

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  • Discovery Channel - Large Asteroid Impact Simulation

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    ● Discovery Channel - Large Asteroid Impact Simulation (2008).

    Earth was born as a result of repeated asteroid collisions, the moon was created by a single giant impact event. Then, Earth's size attracted huge meteorites, which slammed into it, causing super-high-temperature rock vapour to cover the entire surface and evaporate all ocean water. The earliest life-forms survived such infernal events by escaping deep into the ground, miraculously emerging again and again. The Earth has gone through innumerable catastrophic events, and life has survived by acquiring new abilities to live through each crisis. Humans are part of the grand history of life's evolution, which has been closely intertwined with repeated cataclysmic events.

    Learn what would happen if an asteroid hit the Earth with this detailed Large Asteroid Impact Simulation.
    An asteroid with a diameter of 500 km. Destination: The Pacific Ocean. The impact peels the 10 km crust off the surface. The shockwave travels at hypersonic speeds. Debris is blasted across into low Earth orbit, and returns to destroy the surface of the Earth. The firestorm encircles the Earth, vaporizing all life in its way. Within one day, the surface of the Earth is uninhabitable. The evidence shows that this has happened at least six times in Earth's history.
    Music of Pink Floyd The Great Gig in the Sky (1973).

    0:12 An asteroid with a diameter of 500 km.
    0:47 Destination: The Pacific Ocean.
    1:17 The impact peels the 10 km crust off the surface.
    1:28 The shockwave travels at hypersonic speeds.
    1:53 Debris is blasted across into low Earth orbit,
    2:11 and returns to destroy the surface of the Earth.
    2:55 The firestorm encircles the Earth,
    3:05 vaporizing all life in its way.
    3:34 Within one day, the surface of the Earth is uninhabitable.
    4:19 The evidence shows that this has happened at least six times in Earth's history.


    ● Discovery Channel - Simulazione di impatto con un asteroide di grandi dimensioni (2008).

    La Terra è nata a seguito di ripetute collisioni di asteroidi, la luna è stata creata da un singolo impatto gigantesco. Poi, le dimensioni della Terra hanno attratto enormi meteoriti, che si sono schiantate su di essa, causando vapori di roccia ad altissima temperatura che hanno ricoperto l'intera superficie e fatto evaporare tutta l'acqua dell'oceano. Le prime forme di vita sono sopravvissute a tali eventi infernali fuggendo in profondità nel terreno, emergendo miracolosamente ancora e ancora. La Terra è passata attraverso innumerevoli eventi catastrofici, e la vita è sopravvissuta attraverso l'acquisizione di nuove capacità per vivere attraverso ogni crisi. Gli esseri umani sono parte della grande storia dell'evoluzione della vita, che è stata strettamente intrecciata con ripetuti eventi catastrofici.

    Apprendi che cosa accadrebbe se un asteroide colpisse la Terra, con questa dettagliata Simulazione di impatto con un asteroide di grandi dimensioni.
    Un asteroide con un diametro di 500 km. Destinazione: l'Oceano Pacifico. L'impatto spella i 10 km di crosta via dalla superficie. L'onda d'urto viaggia a velocità ipersonica. I detriti vengono scagliati tutti in orbita terrestre bassa, e ritornano per distruggere la superficie della Terra. La tempesta di fuoco circonda la Terra, vaporizzando tutta la vita in questo modo. Entro un giorno, la superficie della Terra è inabitabile. Le prove dimostrano che questo è avvenuto almeno sei volte nella storia della Terra.
    Musica dei Pink Floyd The Great Gig in the Sky (1973).

    0:12 Un asteroide con un diametro di 500 km.
    0:47 Destinazione: l'Oceano Pacifico.
    1:17 L'impatto spella i 10 km di crosta via dalla superficie.
    1:28 L'onda d'urto viaggia a velocità ipersonica.
    1:53 I detriti vengono scagliati tutti in orbita terrestre bassa,
    2:11 e ritornano per distruggere la superficie della Terra.
    2:55 La tempesta di fuoco circonda la Terra,
    3:05 vaporizzando tutta la vita in questo modo.
    3:34 Entro un giorno, la superficie della Terra è inabitabile.
    4:19 Le prove dimostrano che questo è avvenuto almeno sei volte nella storia della Terra.


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  • TOP 15 BIGGEST Asteroid Impacts in History

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    The meteor that wiped out the dinosaurs, wasn't the only large scale impact in history. Today we'll take a look at some of the biggest asteroid impacts in Earth history!

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  • What if an Asteroid hit Earth? + more videos | #aumsum #kids #science #education #children

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    An asteroid is a small rocky body orbiting the Sun. Millions of asteroids lie in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter.
    The asteroid which hit Earth almost 65 million years ago is considered to be the sole reason behind the extinction of dinosaurs.
    The force with which an asteroid hits the Earth is not the only problem. The dust and smoke which rise in the atmosphere after the impact, block the sunlight, resulting in the lowering of overall temperature and eventually leading to the death of a number of species.
    If an apartment sized asteroid were to hit Earth, then it would probably wipe out a small city.
    If a 20 storied building sized asteroid were to hit Earth, then it might completely flatten a small country.

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  • 5 Horrible Asteroids in Direction to Earth And Its Date Of Collision.

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    Asteroids, those dangerous objects capable of wiping out the entire civilizations, are found in millions in space.
    Most of them revolve around the solar system, mainly between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.
    But the frightening thing is that according to different data collected by science, there are a number of asteroids that are approaching the earth and some of them even have a date for their collision with our planet.
    Get ready, because this time, we will review some asteroids that are in the direction of the earth and their possible date of collision.

    Before we start, we don't want to alarm you, as many asteroids have passed through the earth throughout history and have rarely posed a threat to the planet. Although some of the asteroids listed below have an impact date, this is not accurate, as many of them change their trajectory over the years.

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  • What if Ceres Hits The Earth?

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    Ceres is the largest Asteroid in our solar system. It's mass is 895 Quintillion kilograms and has a diameter of 946 kilometers. So, what if Ceres hits the Earth? If that happens, it will hit Earth with a massive force it will send billions of tons of debris into the Earth's atmosphere.

    This debris will create rings around Earth that will eventually form a new small moon. Soon after this collision, our entire planet will start heating up and all the oceans will evaporate. This collision will not only wipe out humanity but also make Earth uninhabitable.

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  • All Asteroids from Smallest to the Biggest

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    What are the largest asteroids? There are millions of asteroids in the Solar System. They range in size from Ceres—the largest at about 940 km in diameter - to 2015 TC25 that is about 2m across. A lot of asteroids hit Earth in the past. Everybody knows about the asteroid that caused the extinction of the dinosaurs, right?

    So what will happen to our planet if an asteroid, by some wild whim of the cosmos, finds its way to Earth? Well, nothing good, that’s for sure. The meteorite that led to the extinction of the dinosaurs some 65 million years ago was only 6 to 9 miles in diameter, and it caused extreme chaos. Today experts track near-Earth objects trying to calculate their trajectories. Let's look at some near-Earth asteroids and find out how big are they!

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  • What will happen if asteroids hit Earth

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    NASA tracks more than 10,000 Near Earth Objects (NEOs) in space. Millions of years ago, one of these NEOs hit Earth, wiping out the dinosaurs. No person has every been killed by one in recorded human history. Using Purdue University's Impact Earth and data from NASA, we calculated the destruction different size asteroids would cause if they hit land.

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  • ASTEROIDS Size Comparison ????

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    Hello everyone, today I bring you an impressive video of asteroid sizes, only some of them of course. You will see its enormous size compared to New York City, it is something awesome!

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  • What If An Asteroid Hit Earth At The Speed Of Light?

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    What If An Asteroid Hit Earth At The Speed Of Light?
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    Asteroids make us nervous, and for good reason. Large rocks hitting the earth at great speeds can not only destroy large areas of land, the impact can have knock on effects to our environment for very large periods of time. The Asteroid that put an end to the dinosaur dynasty was travelling between 12-17 miles a second. Fast… but absolutely categorically and fundamentally nowhere close to the speed of light. So…what would happen if something did hit us at light speed?

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  • THIS IS THE BIGGEST METEORITE TO HIT THE EARTH

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  • ASTEROID IMPACT : What Happens if a Comet Hits Earth

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    Do you ever wonder or think about rocks falling from space and landing on people? Or what would happen if a comet threatens to hit our world? After watching a movie like Greenland, did you think that such a scenario could really happen? We did some digging around and put together a list of what would happen if a comet hits Earth. It isn't pretty.

    Rock and stone fragments are floating in space, and about 100 tons of them fall on Earth every day. So, can you distinguish these celestial bodies falling on Earth? Is it a comet that we see as a sudden glowing object in the night sky? Is it a shooting star or an asteroid? Could it be an unidentified object?

    Comets are often referred to as dirty snowballs. They are leftover from the formation of stars and planets billions of years ago. Before zipping around the Sun with their characteristic big tails, comets that we see in our solar system start out as big chunks of rock and ice just floating around in something called the Oort Cloud.

    When the gravity from a large passing body, like a star, becomes strong enough, some large chunks of ice get pulled away from the cloud and head toward the Sun. As that ball of ice gets close enough to the Sun, its heat begins to melt some of the ice that makes up the comet. The melted ice becomes a gaseous tail that extends away from the source of the heat (in this case, the Sun). The tail is pushed out by the Sun's solar wind.

    There is nothing fun about a comet headed on a collision course with Earth. You would not want to be on Earth if a comet was about to hit. Check out the video to find out what happens if a comet hits Earth. Hopefully, no comets are planning to hit Earth anytime soon!

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  • What If A Large Meteor Hits Earth?

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    From causing wide-spread panic to a mass extinction, here are 9 occasions when large meteors hit the earth, and what might happen if we get hit again!!

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    9. Chelyabinsk Meteor
    Every now and then, space rock fragments called meteorites fall to Earth, sometimes causing widespread damage and injuries. On February 5, 2013, a small asteroid known as the Chelyabinsk meteor (and in saying “small,” I mean roughly the size of a six-story building) fragmented high up in the atmosphere over Russia, resulting in a blast stronger than a nuclear explosion.

    8. Meteorite Victim
    There’s only one proven account of an object from space directly hitting a person on its way down to Earth. It happened in 1954 on what appeared to be a typical afternoon in Sylacauga, Alabama.

    7. Tunguska Event
    The largest asteroid impact in recorded history, known as the Tunguska event, occurred on the morning June 30, 1908 in a remote region of Siberia near the Podkamennaya Tunguska River. While barreling toward the Earth at 33,500 miles per hour (53,913 km/hr), a 110,000-ton (99,790 metric tons) space rock measuring 120 feet (36.6 meters) across heated up to 44,500 degrees Fahrenheit (25,260 Celsius).

    6. Morokweng Crater
    Measuring at least 43 miles (70 km) across, the Morokweng Crater in South Africa, in the Kalahari Desert, was formed around 145 million years ago, back when Africa, South America, and Antarctica were still connected. Situated near the Botswana border, it was formed by an asteroid measuring between 3.1 and 6.2 miles (5-10 km) wide.

    5. Sudbury Basin
    Canada’s Sudbury Basin is the world’s second-largest impact crater. Scientists long wondered how the giant hole formed, and recent groundbreaking research points toward a comet, rather than an asteroid, as the most-likely culprit. Measuring roughly 37 by 18 miles (60 x 30 km), the Sudbury Basin is located in Ontario where, during the 1880s, miners found abnormal concentrations of copper, nickel, palladium, and other metals.

    4. Chicxulub Crater
    Sixty-six million years ago, something major happened, causing all the terrestrial dinosaurs on Earth to go extinct. While a series of unfortunate events, such as climate change triggered by volcanic eruptions, may have contributed to wiping the dinosaurs out, many scientists agree that one final event dealt an ultimate fatal blow to the creatures.

    3. 1997XF11
    In 1998, asteroid astronomers worldwide received data indicating that a one-and-a-half-mile (2.4 km) wide asteroid called 1997XF11 would come within 30,000 miles (48,280 km) of Earth in 2028 -- a close enough range to potentially cause it to crash to the ground.

    2. Didymos
    65803 Didymos, or Didymos for short, is a binary asteroid that also classifies as a potentially hazardous asteroid and near-Earth object. Discovered in 1996, its 2,600-foot-diameter (800 meters) body is orbited by a moon nicknamed ‘Didymoon,’ which measures 525 feet (160 meter) in diameter.

    1. Ceres
    The largest asteroid in our solar system is a dwarf planet named Ceres, which orbits between Mars and Jupiter. Measuring 580 miles (940 km) in diameter, it’s many times larger than the meteor that scientists believe caused the extinction of the dinosaurs -- and, more broadly, three-quarters of life on Earth.

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  • These are the asteroids to worry about

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    Stephen Hawking thought an asteroid impact posed the greatest threat to life on Earth. Thanks to Kiwico for sponsoring this video. For 50% off your first month of any crate, go to
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    Opposition Effect —
    Belskaya, I. N., & Shevchenko, V. G. (2000). Opposition effect of asteroids. Icarus, 147(1), 94-105.

    Potentially Hazardous Asteroids —
    Perna, D., Barucci, M. A., & Fulchignoni, M. (2013). The near-Earth objects and their potential threat to our planet. The Astronomy and Astrophysics Review, 21(1), 65.

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    Population Vulnerability —
    Rumpf, C. M., Lewis, H. G., & Atkinson, P. M. (2017). Population vulnerability models for asteroid impact risk assessment. Meteoritics & Planetary Science, 52(6), 1082-1102.

    Size distribution of NEOs —
    Trilling, D. E., Valdes, F., Allen, L., James, D., Fuentes, C., Herrera, D., ... & Rajagopal, J. (2017). The size distribution of near-earth objects larger than 10 m. The Astronomical Journal, 154(4), 170.

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    National Research Council Report—
    Board, S. S., & National Research Council. (2010). Defending planet earth: Near-Earth-Object surveys and hazard mitigation strategies. National Academies Press.

    Tug Boat —
    Schweickart, R. L., Lu, E. T., Hut, P., & Chapman, C. R. (2003). The asteroid tugboat. Scientific American, 289(5), 54-61.

    Gravity Tractor 1 —
    Lu, E. T., & Love, S. G. (2005). Gravitational tractor for towing asteroids. Nature, 438(7065), 177-178.

    Laser Ablation —
    Thiry, N., & Vasile, M. (2014). Recent advances in laser ablation modelling for asteroid deflection methods. SPIE Optical Engineering+ Applications, 922608-922608.

    Yarakovsky Effect —

    DART Mission —

    Nuclear 1 —
    Ahrens, T. J., & Harris, A. W. (1992). Deflection and fragmentation of near-Earth asteroids. Nature, 360(6403), 429-433.

    Nuclear 2 —
    Bradley, P. A., Plesko, C. S., Clement, R. R., Conlon, L. M., Weaver, R. P., Guzik, J. A., ... & Huebner, W. F. (2010, January). Challenges of deflecting an asteroid or comet nucleus with a nuclear burst. In AIP Conference Proceedings (Vol. 1208, No. 1, pp. 430-437). American Institute of Physics.

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  • If an Asteroid Falls in the Ocean, Will It Cause a Tsunami?

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    What’s the worst thing you could ever imagine happening? A massive wildfire? Maybe a huge flood? How about a gigantic asteroid hitting the Earth’s Ocean? Do you ever wonder what would happen to the Earth if it got hit by an asteroid in the middle of the Ocean?

    Asteroids hit the Earth and the Ocean all the time, but the amount of damage they cause is so insignificant, it usually goes unnoticed. This is because they’re tiny in scale, and they get slowed down by the earth’s atmosphere. However, the bigger they get, the larger their threat. Every 2,000 years, a huge space rock about as big as a football field hits the Earth, and it can cause an enormous amount of damage...

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    SUMMARY:
    - Asteroids hit the Earth and the Ocean all the time, but the amount of damage they cause is so insignificant, it usually goes unnoticed.
    - Asteroids have rocky bodies, and most of the time, they’re small in size. They’re usually inactive, and just hang around, orbiting the Sun.
    - Hundreds of tons of dust and small particles hit the Earth every day. Since they’re so tiny, we don’t really notice them.
    - Approximately once a year, a car-sized asteroid hits the Earth’s atmosphere. It turns into a huge fireball and burns up completely before it touches the planet’s surface.
    - Any asteroid that’s about .5 mile would take a serious toll to the area of impact.
    - Every a few million years, a ginormous asteroid comes along, and it becomes a threat to the Earth’s civilization.
    - Around 66 million years ago, an asteroid that was approximately 9.3 miles in diameter hit the Earth. It left the impact crater that we all know today as the Chicxulub impactor.
    - The collision caused a ginormous tsunami, with waves as tall as 330 feet.
    - A cloud of blazing ash, dust and steam spread from the crater as the asteroid was tunneling underground. Particles and debris from the impact exited the Earth’s atmosphere.
    - During this catastrophe, a lot of carbonate rocks were destroyed, which produced a huge amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, and created a greenhouse effect.
    - But what would happen if a smaller asteroid hit the Ocean instead of the Earth? Will it cause a tsunami? Well, the short answer is, no.
    - The waves will be local in the area of impact, but a strong Tsunami won’t be formed. The physics of a tsunami are a bit different.
    - It’ll cause some damage. To be more specific, the splashes that will form will travel tens of miles away.
    - It’s undeniable that strong winds and powerful shockwaves will cause damage to the surface of the planet. So, the further away the impact is from populated areas, the better.
    - What would really happen is that a huge wave would form at the area of impact in the Ocean, but it would break immediately, resulting in very little energy travelling further.

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  • What If An Asteroid Hit Earth? | Unveiled

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    Earth has witnessed massive, asteroid strikes in its past, and will do again... the only questions is when?

    In this video, Unveiled discovers what would happen if an asteroid struck Earth... Could we survive if a massive space rock smashed into our planet? Or would we be doomed to total extinction?

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  • Discovery Channel - Miracle Planet - Large Asteroid Impact Simulation

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    ● Discovery Channel - Miracle Planet - Large Asteroid Impact Simulation (2008).

    Earth was born as a result of repeated asteroid collisions, the moon was created by a single giant impact event. Then, Earth's size attracted huge meteorites, which slammed into it, causing super-high-temperature rock vapour to cover the entire surface and evaporate all ocean water. The earliest life-forms survived such infernal events by escaping deep into the ground, miraculously emerging again and again. The Earth has gone through innumerable catastrophic events, and life has survived by acquiring new abilities to live through each crisis. Humans are part of the grand history of life's evolution, which has been closely intertwined with repeated cataclysmic events.

    Learn what would happen if an asteroid hit the Earth with this detailed Large Asteroid Impact Simulation.
    An asteroid with a diameter of 500 km. Destination: The Pacific Ocean. The impact peels the 10 km crust off the surface. The shockwave travels at hypersonic speeds. Debris is blasted across into low Earth orbit, and returns to destroy the surface of the Earth. The firestorm encircles the Earth, vaporizing all life in its way. Within one day, the surface of the Earth is uninhabitable. The evidence shows that this has happened at least six times in Earth's history.


    ● Discovery Channel - Miracle Planet - Simulazione di impatto con un asteroide di grandi dimensioni (2008).

    La Terra è nata a seguito di ripetute collisioni di asteroidi, la luna è stata creata da un singolo impatto gigantesco. Poi, le dimensioni della Terra hanno attratto enormi meteoriti, che si sono schiantate su di essa, causando vapori di roccia ad altissima temperatura che hanno ricoperto l'intera superficie e fatto evaporare tutta l'acqua dell'oceano. Le prime forme di vita sono sopravvissute a tali eventi infernali fuggendo in profondità nel terreno, emergendo miracolosamente ancora e ancora. La Terra è passata attraverso innumerevoli eventi catastrofici, e la vita è sopravvissuta attraverso l'acquisizione di nuove capacità per vivere attraverso ogni crisi. Gli esseri umani sono parte della grande storia dell'evoluzione della vita, che è stata strettamente intrecciata con ripetuti eventi catastrofici.

    Apprendi che cosa accadrebbe se un asteroide colpisse la Terra, con questa dettagliata Simulazione di impatto con un asteroide di grandi dimensioni.
    Un asteroide con un diametro di 500 km. Destinazione: l'Oceano Pacifico. L'impatto spella i 10 km di crosta via dalla superficie. L'onda d'urto viaggia a velocità ipersonica. I detriti vengono scagliati tutti in orbita terrestre bassa, e ritornano per distruggere la superficie della Terra. La tempesta di fuoco circonda la Terra, vaporizzando tutta la vita in questo modo. Entro un giorno, la superficie della Terra è inabitabile. Le prove dimostrano che questo è avvenuto almeno sei volte nella storia della Terra.


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  • If an asteroid hit Earth at the speed of light

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    I used universe sandbox 2 to make this video. This is what would happen if an asteroid were to hit the Earth while moving at almost the exact speed of light. In real life nothing can move at the exact speed of light except for light itself, but this shows what an asteroid impact would look like if it could.

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  • A Gigantic Asteroid Is Headed Our Way! Will It Hit Earth In 2021?

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    Apophis, the most infamous asteroid in history, is coming for a visit. There are millions of asteroids lurking in the solar system. About 66 million years ago, a 10-km wide asteroid struck the Earth and wiped out the dinosaurs. This caused the Cretaceous-Paleogene mass extinction. It was the fifth and the latest mass extinction event in the history of Earth. Since these rocky objects can cause disasters on our planet, tracking them is an important thing to do.

    Scientists have been tracking a 1000-feet wide asteroid called Apophis. Like all near-Earth asteroids, it has been rattling around the inner solar system for millennia. And now it is coming for a visit on March 5, 2021. The initial observations had indicated that Apophis would hit Earth or the Moon on April 13, 2029. According to calculations, the probability for such an impact to occur is 2.7%. Mathematics shows the highest probability of impact on April 12, 2068!

    Since its discovery, optical and radio telescopes have been tracking Apophis as it is orbiting the sun. In its 2029 flyby, the asteroid will come within 19,800 miles of the Earth. This is close enough to come between the Earth and moon, 240,000 miles apart. In 2021, Apophis will be more than 40 times as distant as the moon is from Earth. To capture the rock's sharpest echoes, scientists are relying on two of their best telescopes. The first is the Goldstone Deep Space Communications Complex in California. The second is the Green Bank Telescope in West Virginia.
    The data obtained will eventually set up the stage to deal with the 2029 flyby. So Apophis's March 2021 flyby is definitely something worth looking up to!

  • What if a 100m, 1km, 10km, 100km radius asteroid hit Earth ?

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    Our beloved blue planet gets pelted with debris from space all the time but, since most of it burns up or break apart in the atmosphere, it's usually not a problem. Even when one does make it to the ground, they are rarely much larger than a small rock, minimizing the damage they're capable of inflicting.

    Then, of course, there is that once-in-an-eon occasion where something very very large makes it through intact, and this can really do some damage. Fortunately, such hits are extremely rare, but they are worth noting, if only to serve as reminders of the power of the stars to undo the normal routine here on Earth, with little more than a few minutes' warning. So where — and when — did these monsters hit? Let's take a look at the geological records, and see.

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    5. The Tunguska Explosion, Siberia, Russia
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    It's 66 million years before today - the last days of the Mesozoic era. An asteroid slams into the planet with enormous force. The impact leaves a crater that's more than 100 miles across. The crash sets off a series of natural disasters that erase 80% of life on Earth. It’s the very asteroid that’s going to finish off dinosaurs. All the creatures close enough to see the crash, don't survive for longer than a few seconds - so powerful the hit is.

    More than 30,000 objects that are circling Earth these days can potentially strike our planet. NASA considers around 1,500 of them potentially hazardous. These space rocks are the remains left after the Solar System was formed some 4.6 billion years ago. If one of these objects hits our planet, the consequences will be unpredictable. They can vary from shattered glass and broken windows to all life forms getting wiped off the face of the earth. Unfortunately, in our case, it's likely to be the second option. In 2004, astronomers discovered a huge asteroid nearing Earth...

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  • What If the Asteroid Had Been 10 Seconds Late

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    You wake up because the ground is shaking. Ah, nothing new - a Diplodocus has just passed by your house. You look out of the window - oh, no! Nope, you haven't somehow come round in Jurassic Park. That's what your life would’ve been if the asteroid had hit Earth just several seconds later.

    Yep, the very asteroid that collided with our planet about 65 million years ago, causing havoc across the globe and wiping dinosaurs out. It turns out that if this asteroid had fallen a mere 10 seconds later, you wouldn't recognize Earth these days. Let's see what your day in this new (even though only for you) world would look like!

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    - Dinos had a color vision, and it was more difficult for them to blend in. Most dinos were multicolored, which helped them to hide in the environment they lived in.
    - But dinos being so great at camouflaging themselves made human vision much sharper. Otherwise, they wouldn't have been able to notice well-disguised animals.
    - In the real world, before the asteroid hit Earth, the biggest part of the planet was covered with tropical forests. Vegan dinosaurs roaming there were huge, slow, and clumsy.
    - In our imaginary world, the asteroid let dinosaurs live to see the in nutritious plants evolve into something much better — flowering plants, berries, and fruit.
    - They were becoming smaller and smaller until a big part of them moved to live on trees and started to drink nectar.
    - People managed to tame some of these miniature animals — that's where the pet you found under your bed comes from!
    - By following their evolutionary route, dinos prevented mammals from evolving and developing. That's why in the dino-world, people appeared much later than in our real world.
    - Even though the asteroid was several seconds late, the planet was developing pretty much in the same way. As for the hoofed animals, mammals, and most predators that live on our planet today, they didn't appear at all.
    - There are tiny dinos that spend most of their time in holes and burrows, just like our moles and lizards. Some dinosaurs lost their plumage and grew fur.
    - You can't help but notice some other difference between life in our world and the one in the world full of dinosaurs. For example, since there are no cows and other hoofed animals, and dinos can't produce milk, there are no dairy products in supermarkets.
    - By crashing into Earth, the asteroid caused an abrupt temperature drop and the disappearance of three-fourths of all animal species that were living on our planet at that time.
    - But if the asteroid had fallen several seconds later, it would have landed in the deep ocean. The water would have taken the edge off the collision, and the hit wouldn't have had such dramatic consequences.
    - It hit the ground at the speed of 20 miles per second and blew clouds of dust, soil, and rocks into the air. This debris not only went up to the upper layers of the atmosphere but also reached space.
    - Sea inhabitants were more protected from the disastrous after-effects of the collision. But not for long. Plankton couldn't live without sunlight, and when it disappeared, small fish that fed on it didn't survive either.
    - Those animals who were hibernating during the moment of impact or lived in burrows survived, but they also had a hard time trying to fend off hunger.

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    65 million years ago, a large asteroid collided with Earth near present-day Chicxulub, Mexico. The impact was a climactic event that likely contributed to dinosaur extinction. Today, Earth remains vulnerable to asteroid collisions. In recent history, space rocks have landed in The United States, Russia, and elsewhere. In the event of a potential asteroid collision, NASA has developed several options for dealing with the threat. Researchers at NASA’s Center for Near Earth Object Studies and Jet Propulsion Laboratory have proposed using blunt force, weaponized deflection or a theoretical tool called a gravity tractor to deflect impact. In addition to developing contingency plans, NASA scientists are also searching the sky for future asteroid threats.

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    One of the most significant scars of our planet is hidden underneath the Yucatán Peninsula in Mexico. The crater was over 125 miles wide. It was formed when a city-size asteroid struck the planet 66 million years ago.

    When the asteroid crashed into Earth, it wiped out about 75% of living species, and brought an unfortunate end to the era of dinosaurs.

    If a small size asteroid hits Earth, then it could potentially destroy an entire city on Earth and its collision will affect the environment of the entire planet. The impact caused by its collision can cause earthquakes, tsunamis and terrible destruction.

    An asteroid of this size is believed to hit Earth every 60 years. While it generally crashes into the oceans, sometimes it may strike a city and injure thousands of people.

    What if the dinosaur killer asteroid hits Earth exactly at the same place?
    Would this be the end of the human race?

    The Dinosaur killing asteroid was believed to be somewhere between 11 and 15 kilometers wide that is a lot bigger than Mount Everest and it weighed a lot more.

    Just imagine Mount Everest flying directly towards you at the speed of 40,000 miles per hour.

    Well that would be an amazing view. As the asteroid is flying through the sky and burning up in the atmosphere, the asteroid will look 10 times brighter than the sun.

    When it finally smashes into the ground, it will unleash an energy that's roughly equivalent to 100 trillion tons of TNT, that is over 1 billion times more powerful than the nuclear bomb that was dropped on Hiroshima.

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    Have you heard about an asteroid close-approach happening on April 29? Asteroid 1998 OR2 poses no threat to our planet, but we can still learn a lot by studying it. Don't miss a special Planetary Defense episode of NASA Science Live on Monday, April 27 at 3:00 p.m. EDT to learn how we find, track and monitor asteroids and near-Earth Objects.

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    So whether you prefer Armageddon or Deep impact the world is fascinated by the idea that one
    day an asteroid might hit the planet. People speculate as to what would happen if the
    unthinkable happened. Well, we have a pretty good clue from what happened to the dinosaurs.
    It’s widely thought that an asteroid took all dinosaurs off the face of the earth. But what if not
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  • Giant Asteroid Almost Hit Earth Once Is Coming Back

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    A giant asteroid once wiped out the dinosaurs and 75% of all life on Earth. ???????? Space rocks usually break up when they enter Earth’s atmosphere. But if one's big enough, well, it's not good news. But get this: a massive asteroid nearly hit Earth once in 2017. We got really lucky that time. But it's coming right back our way in the near future! See what humanity has planned when an asteroid gets too close for comfort and if it actually strikes our planet! ????

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  • What Were the Biggest Asteroids to Hit Earth?

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    Impact Craters on Earth, Moon and other planets provide evidence that the Earth has been struck by asteroids since it formed roughly 4.5 billion years ago. Once every few million years, an object large enough to threaten life on Earth comes along.

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    Meteorite specialist Denton Ebel, Curator in the Division of Physical Sciences, provides a brief history of impacts from the early days of the solar system to the impact that might have led to the demise of most dinosaurs on the planet.

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    Asteroids can be hazardous to life on Earth, but they also provide clues about the early solar system. In the Asteroid Crash Course video series, Denton Ebel, curator in the Museum's Division of Physical Sciences, explains how asteroids formed and the varying degrees of destruction they cause when they fall to Earth.

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