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A large group struggling to save the world from catastrophic events warns of space rock
The B612 Foundation is made up of former astronauts and scientists focus on defending the Earth from the Apocalypse.
In 2005, NASA said that 90% of the discovered asteroids with a diameter of at least 1
And it is estimated that only around 18,000 are persecuted worldwide and the majority is not even monitored, reports News.com.au.
Lasers and nuclear weapons could hypothetically do so used to destroy an incoming asteroid, but the experts believe we would not know the asteroids unless they hit.
B612 Foundation President Danica Remy said that operational telescopes can only grab a small number of asteroids.
"The field of view of the telescopes is very small and the sky is very big," said Remy.
"We can currently determine in advance if any of the 18,000 asteroids we've observed will hit us, but we only know if any of the millions we have "If a land-based telescope observes it, it's on a trajectory for Earth.
"It could be chosen, but it is more likely that it will not happen and that we would not find out until it hit."
An asteroid larger than the Eiffel Tower flew past Earth earlier this month.
Ms. Remy told News.com.au that they must track all near-Earth asteroids and increase the rate of "discovery" before it's too late.
She added, "It's 100 percent safe to be hit, but we're not one hundred percent sure."
"At the moment, we're making headway in our discoveries: The world is discovering about 1,000 asteroids a year and We want to accelerate that discovery rate to 100,000 per year, but we do not have space instruments or telescopes, "she says." We need to find them before they find us. "
The B612 Foundation believes that the best defense against one potentially dangerous asteroids could be a "gravity tractor", a spaceship flying alongside the rock, and a gravitational force pulling the asteroid into another less dangerous orbit.
But the experts have emphasized that this technology is untested.  Earlier this month, NASA shockingly admitted that there are thousands of deadly asteroids that have not yet been discovered 19659027] Top facts about Asteroids
Asteroids are small, rocky objects that orbit the sun. The first asteroid was Ceres, discovered in 1801 by Giuseppe Piazzi. Currently over 600,000 asteroids are known in our solar system. Most asteroids are found in the asteroid belt, a series of rings between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter.
There are millions of asteroids in the solar system, usually in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, but those that pass the earth are referred to as near-Earth objects
Congress hired the agency to be 90% by 2020 of all NEOs larger than 460ft, but NASA admitted that only a third of such objects are being tracked.
The B612 Foundation has pushed for more global funding.
Ms. Remy added, "The thing is really The most important thing is that we need a comprehensive map that shows the location, characteristics, and routes to all these asteroids so we can defend ourselves."
"Asteroids it does not matter where they land. It could be Australia, Japan or Columbus Ohio.
"It's really a global problem."