Giant Asteroid will wreak havoc on Earth! NASA warning, it is impossible to destroy it even with a nuclear bomb
Scientists at the US Space Agency NASA have concluded that even an atomic bomb will not be able to prevent a huge asteroid from destroying a huge part of the Earth. Actually, scientists in America and Europe were told that they have six months to save the Earth from a huge asteroid. During this time, they have to prepare a plan to save the Earth from an asteroid located 35 million miles away.
After this, a study was done in a time period of four days. This study took place between 26 April to 29 April. Astronomers used radar systems, data imaging, and other technology. Scientists came to the conclusion through this study that six months is not enough time to prepare a spacecraft to destroy an asteroid. At the same time, he also said that it is not possible to destroy this rock of space even through an atomic bomb.
The results proved that humans are dwarf in front of nature
This exercise was called 'Space Mission Options for the Hypothetical Asteroid Impact Scenario'. The exercise included nine NASA scientists, who within this four days gathered information that if such situations arise on Earth, it can be dealt with within six months. However, the results revealed have proved that humans are still dwarfed ahead of nature.
The world needs to coordinate to identify future threats
NASA's Planetary Defense Officer Lindley Johnson said, "Every time we participate in this type of exercise, we get information about who the main players will be in such a situation." Who should know in such a situation? He said, this exercise gives the opportunity to the Planetary Defense community to discuss with each other. Also, it helps our governments to ensure that all of us need to coordinate, so that potential threats can be identified in future.
Exercise aims to protect Earth from every possible danger
The US Space Agency has participated in the exercise of seven possible accidents with Earth. Of this, four were held with the Planetary Defense Conference and three with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Representatives of several other federal agencies, including the Ministry of Defense and Foreign Affairs, were involved in the joint NASA-FEMA exercise. The purpose of these exercises is to protect the Earth from every possible danger.