NASA is preparing to make the "possible day ahead" as it is testing what will happen next to an asteroid.
The space agency, along with other international organizations, will play in five days how these groups would react to a possible apocalypse.
Our planet aims to be the realistic one of a large 31,000-km-wide asteroid near NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, which is intended to analyze near-terrestrial objects (NEOs).
Exercise organizations are responsive to how quickly and efficiently respond.
Lindley Johnson, NASA's Defense Planning Officer, said: "These exercises have really helped us understand the planetary defense community, what our colleagues should know about side-by-side disaster management.
"This exercise will help us develop more effective communication with one another and with our governments".
The space agent is looking at skies over 20 years, looking for NEOs.
NEOs are seen as objects that surround the sun and reach more than 30 million kilometers in the Earth's orbit.
Although the Asteroid Strike seems to be the work of a Hollywood movie, this threat is genuine.
In February 2013, Meteorus had the greatest strike in 1905 in Tunguska, over the Txelabinsk, in the Ural mountains of the south.
More than 1,600 people were injured as a result of the explosion that had an atomic bomb that fell more than Hiroshima was 20 times higher.
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The "Top" principle of the rally begins on March 26 when astronomers discovered an asteroid that could be dangerous to the Earth.
In the simulation, the NASA says that an asteroid poses a 100 chance that will cause Earth.
The exercise will look at how organizations would manage the situation and what practices would be the best.
NASA's plan for defensive planet makes the rock of an apocalyptic space that would happen to Earth if it were to happen
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