“We can actually learn a great deal about objects and start to answer some of these questions using radar observation” – Lance Benner, a NASA astronomer who studies passing asteroids, told to Newsweek.If the asteroid crashed on Earth, which is not expected, then the planet could go through a mini-ice age of its hit. There would be a severe impact on the average temperature which would fall by 8 degree Celsius, according to the 2016 study. Scientists apprised that the impact would be globally severe which would last for several years, that would contribute to making the world much darker, colder and drier place to live in. The worst would be that its soot would remain in the atmosphere for around 10 years as dust take around six years to settle down on Earth. Fortunately, NASA announced that the rock will not collide with the planet.
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