Asteroids and meteors are broken every day on Earth, throwing hundreds of tons of space debris into the atmosphere of the planet. Approximately once every 2,000 years or so, the asteroid is impressive with the size of the football field, causing extensive destruction. According to the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), from April 15, 1988 to February 1, 2019, there were at least 771 significant effects on meteorology around the world. Asteroids that threaten civilizations, much less often, because they strike only every few million years.
However, the main killer asteroids hiding in the dark depths of space, and the potential impact of them can be catastrophic.
Planetary society, there is no need to "lose sleep" over the threat of asteroids, but this is an issue that needs to be considered from time to time.
A society says, "A positive factor for the threat of asteroids is that it can be prevented if we are working on it."
"Various groups from NASA and ESA to the Planetary Society work together to prevent the impact of asteroids, but [1
The Impact of a Large Earth Asteroid
] "The first task is to search for asteroids, which are interesting Defining their orbits there
But what exactly will happen if one of these killer asteroids were to strike on Earth tomorrow? How widespread would be destruction?
The Discovery Channel responded to this precise question, simulating The impact of an asteroid from a space rock in the width of 310 miles (500 km)
"Great as teroid Impact Simulation" video graphics of the fiery death of the world since the impact.
The video shows what happens if an asteroid strikes the planet in the Pacific Ocean, just to the east of Southeast Asia
As the asteroid passes through the day on the Earth in a video, this colossal size blows the Sun and throws a shadow over the entire city.
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The air around it is ignited by frictional forces.
A rock of a terrible world then collapses in the Pacific Ocean, where the force of impact blows instantaneously more than six miles (10 km) of the Earth's crust
a shock wave raises a huge tidal wave in all directions from which the asteroid landed.
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Fire and smoke arise in videos that propagate in an ever-increasing radius of an asteroid.
Garbage from the impact force rises up to Earth's low Earth orbit (LEO) and the fire of death and destruction
In the simulation video nothing stands on the way of the fiery shock wave of an asteroid.
The day becomes night, life becomes death, and the surface becomes unfit for living.
 One by one, the video shows all the countries that are scattered and detached from the planet, the earth's crust deteriorates rapidly
Earth, once green and overcrowded, turned into an ocean of fire and gravel.
Of all the deadly asteroids that struck the Earth with their violent cosmic past, Asteroid Asteroid was the most devastating of all.
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A giant asteroid that hit the Earth from about 65 to 66 millions of years ago, it is believed, was only about 5.5 miles (9 km) in diameter.
But the study of 2017, published in the journal Nature, found that the asteroid was in the right place in modern Mexico,
The study reads: "Recent studies have shown that this effect on the Yucatan peninsula has healed hydrocarbons and sulfur in these rocks , stratospheric soaps and sulphate aerosols sparking extreme global cooling and drought
"These events caused mass extinction, including dinosaurs, and led to further mammalian macroevolution."
Asteroid Warning: Asteroid simulation  (Image: DISCOVERY CHANNEL)
Fortunately, according to the US space agency NASA, there are very few asteroids in the depths of the space, which pose a real threat to the Earth.
NASA said: "As regularities increase, scientists discover asteroids and comets with unusual orbits near Ea
" Very few of these bodies are potential dangers for the Earth, but the more we know and understand them, the better We will be prepared to take appropriate measures if someone moves along the way.
"Knowledge of the size, shape, weight, composition and structure of these objects will help determine the best way to deflect a space rock that has appeared in a way that threatens the earth."