Three huge asteroids up to 100 feet wide will skim fit Earth THIS WEEKEND, Nasa warns The asteroids – the…
The asteroids – the biggest of which is predicted to measure up to 30 meters across – will whizzes our planet on November 10. The asteroid will barrel toward Earth at about 4 miles per second, relative to our planet, NASA reported. You can watch the close approach online with the Virtual Telescope Project, which will stream the asteroid live from 1 pm ET.201
8 VX1 is not the only asteroid headed for Earth Saturday.
The closest of the asteroids will approach the Earth from just 237,037 miles (381,474 km) which is marginally closer than the Moon is. That being said, the CNEOS near approach chart now has 17 entries that will last us through January 4, 2019, so maybe there will be other opportunities for you to break out the scopes and lenses in the near future.
The conspiracy Theorist said: “Three asteroids are on their way this weekend, we just found out within an hour”.
Men det er spændende at tre kommer forbi nær jorden på søndag mellem kl 1 og 6 am.
] The first asteroid, the 2018 VS1, will pass Earth at around 2pm on Saturday, measuring up to 92ft. The next fly-by will take place just 16 minutes later at 1:19 am.
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At around 9 a.m. ET, 2018 VS1, which is around 17 meters wide, will be about 38,000 km / h at a distance of more than 1.3 million miles from Earth.
The NASA aerospace agency has been constantly monitoring so-called near- Earth objects since 1998, even those that pose little threat to the planet.
Asteroid VX1 is approximately somewhere between 25.9ft and 59ft in diameter. They are not like the Chicxulub asteroid that probably wiped out the dinosaurs, or the Tunguska asteroid whose devastating impact in 1908 can still be seen today.
It’s possible to then compare the images and then look out for small objects that have changed position .