International asteroid day NASA: Asteroid or asteroid-related things have always attracted the human community. On the occasion of International Asteroid Day on June 30, America’s space research agency NASA has released a 30-minute documentary video. It depicts factual things related to asteroids or asteroids.
An illustration of how an asteroid is born and how it enters Earth’s gravitational field is shown. NASA experts are giving important information about the asteroid in this video, as well as some rare pictures and footage based on NASA research have been included in this film, making this video very interesting and informative.
Anniversary of the Tunguska event
International Asteroid Day (International Asteroid Day) is celebrated all over the world on 30 June. This day is celebrated on the anniversary of the Tunguska event that took place in 1908. In 1908, an asteroid struck Tunguska in Siberia, destroying nearly 2,150 square kilometers (830 sq mi) of forest. The United Nations in its resolution has announced to celebrate it globally on 30 June every year.
Asteroid Day aims to raise awareness about asteroids and what can be done to save Earth, its families, communities and future generations from a catastrophic event. However, about a hundred and a half years after this event, now the technology has changed a lot and any such event can be predicted in advance.
Space research agencies of other countries, including NASA and ISRO, constantly monitor such asteroids and through satellite systems and technology, their direction can be changed to ensure their landing in a safe place or in the seas.