Taken ALWAYS tabloids have great liberty With headlines pocket some of the-of the-current coverage becomes known as Asteroid 2018 LF16 the Things To really-taking-the Next level. The near-Earth rock Has Been The Subject of NUMEROUS headlines touting NASA's assessment That theres are 62 Potential "risk trajectories" That Could put it on a collision course With Earth sometime Between 2023 and 2117. However, Looking at-the hard data PAINTS a much Less worrisome picture.
The asteroid Quite the Large, With an Estimated diameter of over 200 meters, and it did indeed Our ow strike the planet Would a bad day for the Planet. The Good News That the there's virtually no chance That's a Suchi Actually going to the Thing Happen.
The real scare bait the current coverage of the-the-the-the 62 Potential Asteroid trajectories That Has NASA plotted That would put it on a course to impact Earth. I mean, 62 sounds like a Whole Bunch whens you have-nothing-to Compare it to, take comfort in-the-pocket Knowledge That-the odds are definitely not in-the asteroid's favor.
NASA's models show That the-rock-the actual odds of affecting Earth are 1 in 30,000,000. That's 30 million. In fact, the-the-odds are so low That folks Who Leverage track asteroid 2018 LF16 have given a rating of 0/10 Threat. The "zero" rating DEFINED as the "The likelihood of a collision the zero, or the BE so low as to effectively zero." A rating of 5/10 the astronomers considerin wherein an object To Be "threatenings" and "COPPER collision" Begin at ratings of 8/10.
Now That we've GOT-the-odds HANDLED let's talk about-the rock itself. LF16 2018 compared to the Huge rocks That space must appear in Our neck of-the-woods, and whiles it would not necessarily Be A "planet killer" it would definitely BE a hazard to anyone in the-area. Its force Would Equivalent to-the-Destructive Created by Mankind must nuclear weapons.
Again, That's so unlikely to Happen That it's not even worth worrying about, knowing pocket What's cruising around the Solar System ALWAYS IN OUR Interesting.