The enormous asteroid that packs 50 megaton strength can arrive in the snow on Earth in 2023. An enormous asteroid may be on the way to Earth in the near future, piercing space in a likely trajectory that can cause it to collide with the Earth.
The news comes from Express, which congratulates NASA's sources, revealing that the space rock can land in none but in a huge chance of colliding with our planet, each of which continues to catapult the asteroid to Earth over the next 100 years.
Known as the 2018 LF16 asteroid, the cosmic scale was last accepted by our astronomers on June 16, notes the NASA JPL, which calculates its orbit and its likelihood to be a threat to our planet. The calculations shown on the asteroid 2018 LF16 could be crushed on our planet at 62 different dates between now and 2117.
The element of these discouraging occasions will only expire five years from 8 August 2023. Other likely dates of impact in the near future will arrive on August 3, 2024 and August 1, 2025.
In order to make circumstances worse, the cosmic scale is estimated to estimate nearly 700 feet and is now scaling in the space at a rate above 33,844 miles per hour. This makes the asteroid 2018 LF16 twice as massive as the space statue scale of the Statue of Liberty that passed past our planet before.