If we get to the asteroid of this size, the crash will have a power of 50 megatons, which corresponds to the explosion of the most powerful hydrogen bomb ever created.
A monster-like 213-meter asteroid could hit the Earth in the next century, causing a devastating explosion, according to a recent NASA warning, Express reports.
This spacecraft is moving at a huge speed of about 15 kilometers per second and represents the equivalent of two Great Band from London. It is known for the 2018 LF16 and was first recorded on June 16, 2017 by the Sentry System of NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), programmed to monitor the possible risk of asteroid impact.
According to Sentry's calculations, the closest impact of this asteroid on Earth could occur on August 8, 2023. The other dates will be on August 3, 2024 and August 1, 2025. In the meantime, a total of 62 trains, 2018 LF16, is expected by 2117, in which the asteroid will be able to hit the Earth.
The coldest thing is that if the body of this size reaches us, the crash will have the power of 50 megatons, which is equivalent to the explosion of a Soviet hydrogen bomb known as Car bomb, the most powerful nuclear weapon ever created, media reported.
However, it's worth noting that, luckily, the chances of LF16 that clash with our planet in 2018 are almost nonexistent.
In fact, the exact percentage of this probability is estimated at 0.0000033%, or one in 30 million, according to NASA experts quoted by the media.