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One of the scientists involved in the study pointed out that, although the number of Areas rocks that hit the ground are increasing, the likelihood of an asteroid attack eradicating humanity is extremely low.
After researching the data compiled by NASA, scientists have found that "at least three times as many asteroids hit our planet today as dinosaurs roamed the earth," the Daily Star reports.
Like Dr. Thomas Gernon, Associate Professor of Earth Sciences at Southampton University, who was involved in the study, revealed the researchers came to this conclusion when he examined the surface of Moon, which he emphasized is "our nearest neighbor, that is," the police hit the same population of asteroids ".
In his opinion, space rocks that fall off to Earth usually come from the asteroid belt, where asteroid collisions produce "many fragments that may, over time, fall toward the earth."
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However, he noted that the likelihood of an asteroid attack could wipe out humanity, to say the least.
"There is no reason for people to be worried about this heightened river, we say, large asteroid impacts – more than 1 km in diameter – occurred every 3 to 5 million years ago, 90 million years ago, about two to two years ago Millions of years, "explained the scientist.