NASA’s Bold Plan to Save Earth From Killer Asteroids

NASA’s Bold Plan to Save Earth From Killer Asteroids

Just beyond Earth’s home in the solar system, about 94 million miles from the Sun, a coal-black asteroid slowly rotates as it orbits our star. It’s about 1,650 feet across, with a slight bulge around the middle, like a spinning top. Its low density means it’s not solid, but instead it’s likely a crumbly pile of carbon-rich rocks held together by gravity.

The asteroid is called Bennu, and every six years, its egg-shaped orbital path brings it just 185,000 miles from Earth — roughly 53,000 miles closer than our moon.

Continue reading NASA’s Bold Plan to Save Earth From Killer Asteroids at Alien UFO Sightings.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *