The US Aerospace Agency has warned that asteroid 2009 JF1 could collide with Earth on May 6, 2022.
As follows from the material, NASA discovered a potentially dangerous object thanks to a special Sentry system that tracks space objects with high accuracy and the likelihood of them hitting the Earth in the next 100 years.
NASA considered the asteroid 2009 JF1 a big threat – it is considered the fifth most dangerous in terms of its size, distance from the Earth and the speed of approach to it.
Experts managed to establish the exact date and time of a possible collision.
This is expected to happen on May 6, 2022 at 08:34 AM Spanish Peninsular Time (06:34 GMT). The probability of this event does not exceed 0.026%.
But conspiracy theorists do not trust this figure. In their opinion, NASA would hardly have told the truth, fearing a panic in the world.
The article says that the asteroid 2009 JF1 does not differ in grandiose dimensions, but it moves at a very high speed – 23.92 kilometers per second, which is almost twice as fast as that of the most dangerous asteroid in existence, which is expected to fall to Earth in 2880.
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