Three sneaky asteroids will approach the earth tomorrow.
The biggest triumph could cause a disaster if it breaks our planet and is as big as the Tower of Pisa Tower.
This is what NASA says on the "alert Earth Objects" alert on the list of asteroids.
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The first will be on Earth at 3:20 a.m. (Tuesday, January 15, at 20:20 AEDT), at a speed of up to 3,000 at a speed of 17,380 km / h.
By 2019 called AT6, the object of 17 meters will reach less than two million kilometers of Earth, or the distance between our planet and the moon will be about eight.
The second space space will fly past Earth tomorrow, AM8 2018, much higher than the previous one, and we are approaching at two speeds.
It's as big as a whale, it will have seven kilometers of speed per second (40.555 km / h) Saturday, Tuesday, 4:03 a.m. (Wednesday, January 16, 3.03 AEDT).
Asteroids will spend more than 2,000 miles (3,22 million kilometers) on our planet, or the distance between the moon and the Earth and eight times.
The Earth's third asteroid is the 2017 AG7, and the largest is the largest.
Measuring a diameter of 51 meters – Pisa is as wide as the elevated tower – 2019 AG7 starts at 10:43 in the afternoon (Wednesday, November 16, at 9.43 AEDT).
It starts at 4.2 miles per second (24,333 km / h), closer to the predecessor, 950,000 miles (1,53 million km) of this planet, four times the distance between the Earth and the moon.
We intend to face twelve close Earth objects from now on and until the end of this month, tomorrow's trio is unusual.
The good news is that astWeroids classify "small bodies" with NASA, which does not believe that objects threaten Earth's life.
Although they collided with our planet, asteroids in size often break into our atmosphere before reaching the surface.
The "Disaster World" only launches objects with more than 1000 meters of Earth by NASA.
WHAT IS THE ASTEROID, METEOR AND COMET TERM DIFFERENCE?
Asteroid: The asteroid is the name of the 50th asteroid found in the asteroid belt. Most are found on the belt asteroid (between Mars and Jupiter), but they can be found anywhere (even in paths that may affect Earth)
Meteoroid: When two asteroids move one after another, small fractures are called meteoroids
Meteor: If the meteorite enters the Earth's atmosphere, it begins to fly and then it becomes a meteor. On the ground, the light appears in the sky in the sky, because the rock is burning
Meteorite: Meteoroid does not completely evaporate and if it continues to travel through the Earth's atmosphere, the Earth can fall into the ground. At that moment, it becomes a meteorite
Comet: Asteroid, like the sun's comet, orbits. However, most of the rock has a kite made of ice and gas, and there are some amazing stars that can be found behind (ice and dust evaporation)
This story originally appeared in The Sun and was re-released with permission.