As If 2020 Wasn't Bad Enough: Three Monster Asteroids Headed for Earth in June.


Like we know mothers are the real warriors for their children. A mother takes on every crisis facing her children. But when children torture a mother how can she be able to bear it? Still, she did for the sake of their smile but there is also an ability to bear and when a mother crosses her limits she will be able to destroy everything. If a mother has the power to create life then she will be able to destroy it too, that’s exactly what we did with our mother earth, mother nature. We are continuously torturing our mother nature for millions of years, and now she is in her frightful and deadly form.                                                                                
 Every creature on this earth is the children of mother nature and because of that she bears all those pain and torture but now it comes to an end. If he Covid-19 pandemic was not enough to spoil your 2020, the year has seen multiple incidents, including killer super cyclones Nisarga and Amphan from both the eastern and western coasts of India. Not only that an earthquake of 4.0 Richter scale hit Karnataka on Friday morning while another with a magnitude of 4.7 Richter scale hit  Jharkhand this month 2020. Now, after all this, an initial bout of asteroids flying close to Earth, this month is set to host yet another round of giant asteroids that will fly by Earth from relatively close quarters. One look at NASA's Near-Earth Object (CEO) browser at the Centre for Near-Earth Object Studies reveals a number of large space rocks(asteroids), which will approach towards Earth in comparatively close range - starting from Saturday, June 6.
 
  Names of giant asteroids approaching planet earth discovered by NASA.
 
1. ASTEROID 2002 NN4. NASA JPL has classified 2002 NN4 as a “Potentially Hazardous Asteroid.” 
2. ASTEROID 2013 XA22. 
3. ASTEROID 2010 NY65. 
   
Asteroid Watch WidgetNASA is keeping its eye on tracking three giant asteroids set to skim past Earth in June. A number of large space rocks(asteroids) hurtling through the solar system will be approaching our planet Earth in a comparatively close range.
 
NASA’s Near-Earth Object (NEO) web-site at the Centre for Near-Earth Object Studies (CNEOS) reveals that it will be fast approaching Earth this month.
NASA says that an object larger than about 150 meters,  approaching Earth within 7.4 million kilometers, is considered potentially dangerous.

ASTEROID 2002 NN4
NASA  has classified 2002 NN4 as a “Potentially Hazardous Asteroid.”
Asteroid 163348 (2002 NN4) that will swing 'close' by Earth on Saturday has a diameter of 570 m—as big as the length of approx five football fields. It will rift the Minimum Orbit Intersection Distance (MOID) of 0.05 AU (7.48 million km). However, NASA said that there is no reason to be worried as the distance at which asteroid 2002 NN4 is approaching Earth, is within the safe limit. When it is closest to the Earth, it will be at a distance of over 13x the average distance between Earth and the moon. So you are in a safe zone until the asteroid will pass that barricade. 

ASTEROID 2010 NY65
NASA confirmed that the asteroid 441987 (2010 NY65) will cross Earth on Wednesday, June 24, at 6:44AM UTC and is estimated to breach the MOID at 0.025 AU (3.76 million km) from Earth. It has a peak size of 310 m in its diameter. With a relative velocity of 46,400 km/h, 2010 NY65 will have the highest among the three large asteroids set to come the closest to the Earth during this month.

ASTEROID 2010 NY65
The asteroid 441987 (2010 NY65) will cross Earth on Wednesday, June 24, at 6:44AM UTC and is estimated to breach the MOID at 0.025 AU (3.76 million kilometers) from Earth. It has a peak size of 310 meters in its diameter. With a relative velocity of 46,400 km/h, 2010 NY65 will have the highest among the three large asteroids set to come the closest to Earth during this month.

Asteroid Watch Widget
NASA's Asteroid Watch Widget tracks asteroids and comets which are relatively close approaches to Earth. NASA’s  Widget basically displays the date of closest approach, relative size, approximate object diameter, and distance from Earth for each encounter. The object's name is displayed by hovering over its encounter date. Clicking on the encounter date will display a Web page with details about that object.
The Widget displays the next five, Earth approaches to within 4.6 million miles (7.5 million km or 19.5 times the distance to the moon); an object larger than about 150 m that can approach the Earth to within this distance is termed a potentially hazardous object. 
Just be safe and stay and help needy and poor care animals stay home, stay happy.
   

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