Asteroid: Meteorite Ulkapind will pass through earth with speed of 19 thousand kilo meters per hour in 29 April Wednesday morning
A large form of meteorite will pass through the asteroid Wednesday Earth. Scientists consider it an important development for the study of astronomical phenomena. This planet, passing at a speed of 19 thousand km per hour on Wednesday, will appear after 59 years after this. The common man will not be able to see it, it can be seen only by instruments. There is a lot of curiosity among scientists as well as researchers related to science to collect information about it.
According to Dr. Shashi Bhushan Pandey, senior astronomer of Aryabhatta Observation Science and Research Institute (ARIES), the process of an asteroid passing close to the Earth on Wednesday is a major astronomical event.
Pandey reported that this meteorite known as the 1998 ORTU was discovered on the Hawaiian Islands under a program called Neet. Its process of passing through the earth is quite interesting. With this, many information related to astronomy and research material will be collected. The asteroid will pass 16 times the distance between the Earth and the Moon. Pandey told that after this the planet will come in 2079. Then it will be closest to the Earth.
Three years ago, the asteroid came very close to the Earth
Pro. According to Pandey, this situation has also happened before. In April 2017, an asteroid has passed very close to the Earth. So there is no need to panic. However the meteorite passing this time is passing quite far. He told that there is absolutely no possibility of it hitting the earth.
Unlikely to hit the earth
According to NASA’s Center for Near-Earth Studies, on Wednesday, April 29 at 5:56 am Eastern Time will pass through the meteorite near the Earth. According to scientists it is less likely to hit the earth. The Arekibo Observatory is a National Science Foundation facility operated by the University of Central Florida. This observatory is supported by NASA’s Near-Earth Object Observation Program and has been analyzing celestial bodies since the mid-90s.
May prove to be dangerous in the future
According to scientists, the satellite has been classified as a potentially dangerous object, as it is more than 500 feet and falls within 7.5 million kilometers of the Earth’s orbit. Therefore it can become a threat to the Earth in the future. Flavian Wendity, an expert at the Arekibo Observatory, said that in the year 2079, this meteorite will be closer to Earth 3.5 times than this year, so it is important to know its orbit properly.