New York / Moscow, 30 June (TASR) – Knowing the asteroids about the general public and putting these bodies on Earth is one of the goals of World Asteroid Day on June 30th.
The other objectives of this world day are to take the necessary measures to ensure world class emergency communication in the event of threats to the Earth by the remains of the Earth. This day is also believed to contribute to activities in the long run, which will enable the planet to live and live on it by placing all the objects on the planet, which may possibly threaten it. Humanity reminded World Asteroid Day for the first time in 2015.
The New World Day date was not selected by the opportunity by its organizers – it is related to the Tungus incident. So far, scientists are searching for the tangusky phenomenon. An example of this is the conference held in Moscow in April 2019.
On June 30, 1908, a fireball broke out and exploded in Tungusky region of Siberia. The pressure wave was so strong that it destroyed 1,200-2,000 square kilometers of trees, representing 70 to 80 million displaced trees.
Asteroid is a small, solid substance in the universe that usually rotates a large body of stars or planets. The word asteroid is derived from the Greek word asteroides, the origin of the stars. British-born British astronomer Sir William Herschel (1738-1822) first used it in 1802. The German astronomer and physicist Henrique Wilhelm Obers (1758-1840) discovered another asteroid, Pallas, on March 28 of the same year.
But the precise definition of asteroid is not fixed. A possible classification of asteroids is in terms of their size and reads: Asteroids reach an average of more than 50 meters, which separates them from the meteorites, which are usually the size or the size of the boulder. This distinction is made because the asteroids are sufficiently large enough to survive the change in the atmosphere and accurately intersect the surface of the Earth, while a small meteorite disperses into the atmosphere.
Source: Teraz.sk, TASR News Agency News Agency