Massive Fireball from Space Witnessed in Thailand

Awestruck commuters witnessed the spectacle, describing a green and orange glow, as it took a nosedive toward Earth.

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-1 1. ringmaster commented 9 years ago

I hope the evidence on this event is as strong as that in Russia a few years back. What worries me is that regardless or despite our technology we didn't predict this one. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
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+7 2. LightAng3l commented 9 years ago

#1 We have the technology to detect a meteor about 2 seconds before it hits us.
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+4 3. huldu commented 9 years ago

I doubt it's of any concern if they are destroyed as they enter earths atmosphere. However there are a few big asteroids, aka world destroyers orbiting around. It's just a matter of when earth is on orbit with one of them, it could take millions and millions of years before that happens tho. Then of course you have the more unpredictable comets that visit our solar system every now and then. Some of these can be quite big but the odds of one of them hitting earth are not that big, but yes, it will happen at some point, just like it has in the past. The consequences depends on the size, but a big one will obliterate all life on this planet that's for sure.

We can edit now? I forgot to add, if a big enough comet or asteroid would enter our solar system and it was detected. I am fairly certain there would be no warnings, it would only cause chaos in our final moment. Obviously as it got closer to the planet at some point it would be detected and chaos would arise.
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+3 4. curator commented 9 years ago

how should you predict something the size of a dogs head?
This thing wasnt bigger than that.
The planet-killers we can see from far away.
The ones that could wipe out cities - we dont see
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0 5. buckleg08 commented 4 years ago

its 2020 so with the monthly catastrophes...:x>:)