NASA announced that an asteroid estimated to be 40 meters in length on Friday night would pass very close to Earth.
NASA, “according to the 2018 CB” asteroid clock is Turkey, in the night hours of Friday to Saturday 1:30 announced that they would over the world. The giant asteroid, which will pass near our planet, has a size of 15 to 40 meters, according to NASA’s description.
“Although the 2018 CB looks fairly small, the asteroid that falls in Russia’s Chelyabinsk city may be bigger in 2013,” said Paul Chodas, Director of Near-Earth Objects Research at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
“The asteroids at this size usually do not come close to our planet, maybe once or twice a year,” says Chodas, explaining that those who want to see the asteroid will not need a telescope, and the asteroid can be observed with the naked eye. Although such asteroids can not create a great danger to our world, they can create damage to the area they hit.
As far as we go, we also send some passengers to the area. For example, last night SpaceX, with a historic move, sent the world’s most powerful rocket, Falcon Heavy, along with a Tesla Roadster. The Tesla Roadster is expected to reach Mars after a six-month journey.