Is the world protected from asteroid strike

By Hemaja Burud

Even if a serious threat to Earth is likely to materialize with considerably less warning

Approximately 100 tons of rock and stone particles fall to Earth every day from space. The 30th of June is recognized as International Asteroid Day.

Since today has been designated "Asteroid Day" to raise awareness of asteroids worldwide, we shall embark on an exploration of asteroids and the dangers they bring.

Explain how we may avoid being hit by asteroids in this essay. A small city may be destroyed if an asteroid the size of an apartment strikes Earth.

Aside from learning more about the solar system, the main motivations for scientists to study asteroids include

is that they wish to discover more about their trajectories and physical characteristics as well as their overall numbers.

We naturally want to know if an asteroid's trajectory is heading in our direction. A 40-meter asteroid struck the Tunguska area of Siberia on June 30, 1908.

On Asteroid Day, scientists, astronauts, and celebrities get together to help spread the word about the risks that Earth-crossing asteroids pose to our planet.

These incidents highlight the weak defenses we have in place for asteroid impacts and the possibility that these hazardous, free-floating celestial objects will turn toward Earth.

In order to raise awareness of "International Asteroid Day," Space Camp Turkey created a unique themed Galactic Summer Camp Program.

This idea was used to hold the International Summer Camp for the second time in 2019 with 107 students and teachers from 9 different nations, including the USA.