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Asteroid Aphosis suddenly changes its trajectory – the danger of an earth collision increases

The asteroid Aphosis, discovered in 2004, was considered harmless for a long time. Now he has changed his trajectory. Is there a risk of an earth collision soon?

Honolulu – In 2004, a team of researchers discovered an asteroid that will continue to scare astronomers in 2021. A collision with the earth initially seemed impossible. But now the trajectory of the asteroid Aphosis has suddenly changed – and the danger of an impact is increasing *. Experts are concerned about the current sightings in space.

“Our observations show that the asteroid is drifting away from its purely gravitational orbit,” noted astronomer Dave Tholen recently. He is part of the research team at the University of Hawaii who discovered the chunk 17 years ago. The 370-meter-tall chunk has meanwhile paved its own way and could cause great damage on earth in 2068. But what kind of danger does the earth planet really face? And how did it get to the point where the asteroid Aphosis left its orbit? * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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