Asteroids – the largest is estimated to measure up to 30 meters – will cross our planet on November 10th. According to our asteroid planet, it will be approximately 4 miles per second towards Earth. NASA has news. approach to approach online with the Virtual Telescope Project which will release the asteroid live 1 pm ET.2018 VX1 is not the only asteroid that goes on Saturday for Earth.
The closest of the asteroids will approach the Earth at a distance of about 237,037 miles (381,474 km), which is much closer to the Moon. The CNEOS approach approach chart is currently said to have 17 entrances that will last until January 4, 2019, so perhaps there will be other opportunities to break scopes and lenses in the near future.
The conspiracy theorist said: "This weekend we learned three asteroids on the road in just one hour". A "close" passage can be very far from the human sense, "millions or even tens of millions of kilometers".
But what is exciting is the fact that the three will move to the world between 1am and 6am on Monday morning.
The first asteroid, the 2018 VS1, will measure the world at 14.00 in the afternoon, measuring up to 92 ft. The next fly will take place just after 16 minutes, at 01:19.
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At about 9 meters wide, around 9:00 am ET, the 2018 VS1 will move at a distance of about 38,000 km / h, more than 1.3 million kilometers from the Earth.
Since 1998, the NASA aviation agency has been constantly monitoring the objects on the Earth's surface, and even those who have little threat to the planet.
According to some estimates, the world is a major collision.
The Asteroid VX1, which competes at speeds of about 6.06km per second, is approximately 25.9 ft to 59 ft. They are not like the Chicxulub asteroid that was supposed to eliminate the dinosaurs, or the Tunguska asteroid, whose destructive effect in 1908 is still visible today.
It is then possible to compare images and then look for small objects that have changed position.