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"Real danger." NASA feared on Earth of the "deadly asteroid"

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Brydenstein warned of the risk of deadly asteroids hitting Earth if "our planet is not better protected and its defenses strengthened."

The warning comes at a time when the space agency is starting to participate in the Conference on Planetary Defense in Washington, which is based primarily on the detection of the dangers posed by asteroids to our world.

The director of NASA said similar warnings were often fun and ironic. "It's time to take them seriously. The threats are real," he said.

"The right decision must be taken at the right time, by changing the path of the asteroid that poses a danger or evacuating the area where the collision can occur," he said.

"We have to make sure people realize it's not Hollywood," he said. "It's ultimately about protecting the only planet we live on, the planet."

He confirmed Brydenstein That everyone should unite in order to take all measures to protect the land, "he said We use our systems and our capabilities to get more data and information, and we have to do it faster. "

The researchers say solid rocks may cause more damage and losses, citing the "Chelyabinsk meteorite" incident, which occurred in 2013 over the southern Russian Urals.

The meteorite exploded in the atmosphere before hitting the ground at a height of only 25 kilometers, which highlights the great danger it almost made to humans.

Although these types of events occur once every 60 years, Bernstein said it has occurred three times in the past 100 years.

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Brydenstein warned of the risk of deadly asteroids hitting Earth if "our planet is not better protected and its defenses strengthened."

The warning comes at a time when the space agency is starting to participate in the Conference on Planetary Defense in Washington, which is based primarily on the detection of the dangers posed by asteroids to our world.

The director of NASA said similar warnings were often fun and ironic. "It's time to take them seriously. The threats are real," he said.

"The right decision must be taken at the right time, by changing the path of the asteroid that poses a danger or evacuating the area where the collision can occur," he said.

"We have to make sure people realize it's not Hollywood," he said. "It's ultimately about protecting the only planet we live on, the planet."

He confirmed Brydenstein That everyone should unite in order to take all measures to protect the land, "he said We use our systems and our capabilities to get more data and information, and we have to do it faster. "

The researchers say solid rocks may cause more damage and losses, citing the "Chelyabinsk meteorite" incident, which occurred in 2013 over the southern Russian Urals.

The meteorite exploded in the atmosphere before hitting the ground at a height of only 25 kilometers, which highlights the great danger it almost made to humans.

Although these types of events occur once every 60 years, Bernstein said it has occurred three times in the past 100 years.

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