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Today the newly discovered tiny asteroid passing close to Earth cannot be seen with the naked eye


Today, Monday, October 18, 2021, the globe will see a change Asteroid The newly discovered 2021 TG14, which is seven meters in diameter, travels at a speed of 11.4 kilometers per second, at a distance of 250,716 kilometers (12:54 am GMT) and its apparent brightness (+19.87) so that it is invisible to the naked eye and is in no danger of colliding with our planet. .

The Jetta Astronomical Society also reported that the asteroid 2021 TG14 is on the list of near-Earth objects, including any asteroid that could intercept Earth’s orbit.

Based on the latest high-definition orbit calculations, it has been confirmed that the asteroid 2021 Digi14 will approach Monday in the next 10 years.

If asteroid 2021 DG14 is in collision with Earth, it will decompose in the Earth’s upper atmosphere and will not have a serious impact on the safety of Earth’s inhabitants.

Such opportunities are important to obtain additional data such as asteroids and the nature of their composition. These objects are like a time machine that can retain many of the secrets of that time from the remnants of our solar system and tell more about its origin. Of our planet.

It is noteworthy that small asteroids approaching Earth are likely to be affected by the gravitational pull of our planet, the effect of which is called “gravity aiding” and allows space agencies to propel spacecraft to various locations in our solar system.

Nadia Barnett
Nadia Barnett
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