Not very sure yet. But according to the European Space Agency (ESA), we should be prepared. A 164-foot-wide meteorite named 2006 QV89 has the potential to hit the Earth on the morning of September 9 (Europe) one in 7,000 times.
The meteorite is one of the 10 most dangerous meteorites created by ESA.
According to their website, the meteorite is one of the 10 most dangerous meteorites created by ESA. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post, but it is known to be twice the size of a meteorite that exploded around Russia in 2013.
It is twice as big as the meteorite that shattered windows in 2013 when it crashed around Russia.
The chances are 1 in 7,000, which is quite small. But space agencies like ESA and NASA are prepared for the worst. Last month, I heard on Twitter that ESA drilled a drill that pretended to be a giant meteorite. The drill was conducted via Twitter as a training session on how the public and government officials should respond to the meteor shower. You can read what the meteorologists call the “fictional but plausible imminent asteroid impact” on the ESA website.