Little-Known Asteroids Ranged By Size

What are the largest asteroids? There are millions of asteroids in the Solar System. They range in size from Ceres—the largest at about 940 km in diameter – to 2015 TC25 that is about 2m across. A lot of asteroids hit Earth in the past. Everybody knows about the asteroid that caused the extinction of the dinosaurs, right? So what will happen to our planet if an asteroid, by some wild whim of the cosmos, finds its way to Earth? Well, nothing good, that’s for sure. The meteorite that led to the extinction of the dinosaurs some 65 million years ago was only 6 to 9 miles in diameter, and it caused extreme chaos. Today experts track near-Earth objects trying to calculate their trajectories. Let's look at some near-Earth asteroids and find out how big are they! #brightside Other videos you might like:
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