NASA's Jet Propulsion Labarotory (JPL) scientists have built their first asteroid, CB2 designated but they have also shown that two asteroids have a " mourning to earth on Tuesday. The second asteroid, PV25, and visibility to Earth at the speed of spectacle in the JPLs that NASA is considered as a "close approach". Scientists at the JPL have shown that the asteroid will pass the ground at 13,622mph or 6.09 in the second place.
That is the speed of the PV25 that it will travel to the ground at almost 17 times the sound speed, greater than the two fastest at the time; planet.
NASA also estimates that the asteroid could have a diameter of 32m to 71m or 104 feet to 232 feet, and that there would be around three quarters in size of the image of Independence.
Despite these statistics, the asteroid is considered a Something Near Earth (NEO).
It is a comet or asteroid that is in an NEO that is on an orbital route that is crossing the Earth.
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When they are pressing their & # 39; Sun, NEO can sometimes come near Earth, however, NASA will use the word "close" very tight.
In terms of woodland and asteroid, "closing" can mean and as far as "millions or even tens of millions of millions" away from Earth.
In terms of PV25, it is estimated that it will be stretched through Earth at about 1.7 million miles.
In addition, NASA has also decided that the asteroid will pass through the "close" approach at 12.42 GMT (UTC) on Tuesday 12th February.
Although it may be smaller, another asteroid will pass over the ground on Sunday morning as long as it is; Traveling at 38 times the sound speed.
Faster than PV25, a 2 km CB2 speed will be around 29,125 mph.
CB2 will also be closer to come but still continues. Earth loss around 650,000 miles.
As NASA proves on the JPL website, "no one should be worried" about the effects of asteroid or comet as it does; Most of these Territories are rarely encountered, and the atmosphere of the planet will usually be rare; cleaning smaller asteroids.