NASA Issued Alert: 3 Asteroids reaching earth

Coronavirus epidemic, cyclones, and earthquakes in 2020 have affected the lives of humans in every way, but this year has not ended. This month three meteorites will come out from near the Earth. According to a report, several interstellar rocks (Asteroids) will pass close to the Earth and will begin from June 6.

Another challenge is coming in front of people facing disasters like Coronavirus, Cyclone Storm, and Earthquake. Tomorrow morning i.e. from June 5 to the end of this week, many asteroids are going to pass by the Earth. Some of it is very small, but some are so big, whose size is also difficult to ascertain.

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An alert has been issued for these Asteroids by the Space Agency NASA. NASA has said that 8 of these Near Earth Objects (NEOs) will come out of the earth from June 5 this week. Giving this information, the Center for Near-Earth Objects Studies (CNEOS) said that at 4: 44 AM of June 5, Asteroid 2020 KN5 will pass by the Earth

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Its speed will be 12.66 km per second. According to CNEOS, this asteroid will come out of the Earth 61 million kilometers away. Apart from the morning, on June 5 at 5.41 pm, the Asteroid 2020 KA 6 will depart from a distance of 44.13 lakh kilometers from the earth. Its speed will be 41,652 kilometers per hour.

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After this, the next day i.e. on June 6, at 8.50 in the morning, the Asteroid 2002 NN4 will pass by the path. The speed of the Asteroid 2002 NN4 will be 40,140 km / h. According to NASA, this asteroid will have a diameter of 570 meters. In other words, it will be equal to about 5 football fields.

Asteroid 2020 KQ 1 will come out at 11.08 pm on June 6 only after the morning. Around 4.30 pm on June 6, an asteroid named 2020 KO1 will also pass by the Earth. Its speed will be 21,930 km / h. Although its size will not be very large. Asteroid 2020 LA will pass 14.31 lakh kilometers from the Earth at 8.45 minutes at night.

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After 5 and 6 June, on the afternoon of 7 June, 12.03 Asteroid 2020 Ka 7 will pass from near the Earth. Its speed is 26,424 kilometers per hour. Asteroid 2020 KK3 will pass through the Earth within 12.45 pm on June 7, within an hour. It will originate from a distance of about 68.02 lakh kilometers from the earth. However, what effect these asteroids will have on passing through the earth is not yet known.

Meteoroid 2002 NN4 (Asteroid 2002 NN4)

The meteorite 163348 (2002 NN4) will enter the Earth’s orbit through the Sun’s orbit at a speed of 0.05 AU (7.48 million km). According to the NEO Close Approach data table, the meteorite 2002 NN 4 will reach the closest to Earth at 3.20 pm on June 6.

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The length of this meteorite can be up to 250 meters. Also, its width is being told about 135 meters. Even at its nearest point on Earth, the distance of this meteorite will be 13 times more than the average distance between the Earth and the Moon.

Meteorite 2013 XA22 (Asteroid 2013 XA22)

The meteorite 2013 XA 22, like the 2002 NH 4, will enter Earth’s orbit on 8 June. This meteorite will enter Earth’s orbit on Monday at 3.40 minutes. It will pass much closer to the Earth than the 2002 NH4. However, it is a small meteorite. Its length is about 160 meters and its speed is 24,050 kilometers per hour.

Meteorite 2010 NY 65 (Asteroid 2010 NY65)

Meteorite 441987 (2010 NY 65) was discovered a decade ago and was studied due to the Earth’s near orbit. Meteorite 2010 NY65 will pass through Earth’s orbit on Wednesday, June 24 at 6:44 am. Meteorite 2010 NY 65 has a width between 160 and 250 meters. Its length is about 310 meters. Among these meteorites that pass through the Earth’s orbit in the month of June, the 2010 NY65 Velocity is the highest at 46,400 kilometers per hour.

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However, the good news is that even though all three meteorites will pass through the Earth’s orbit, so far there is no threat to the Earth, and scientists are constantly keeping an eye on it.