And that evening, the California sky was lit up by a fireball, apparently entering Earth’s atmosphere.
It’s a barrage from space that has people asking: Are we ready for the big one?
Nearly 100 tons of space debris enters Earth’s atmosphere every day. Most of it burns up or falls harmlessly into the ocean, but experts still worry that eventually something big will come our way.
The prospect of Earth getting hit by a giant hunk of space rock is concerning enough that the United Nations is gathering top minds in Italy this week to discuss it.
Scientists say the idea of blowing up an asteroid — as Bruce Willis
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