News NASA has published the results of the asteroid simulation: Turkey detail administrator 4 May 2021 Scientists working at NASA and ESA simulated an asteroid likely to hit our planet. As a result, Turkey took part in the risky zone. The corona virus (Covid-19), which was first seen in the last days of 2019 and still continues to be the number one common agenda of our planet, came from the scientific world these days when we talked about it. Scientists from the US National Aerospace Agency (NASA) and the European Space Agency (ESA) simulated an approaching asteroid. According to the information in Hürriyet, scientists dealing with the possible scenarios in the event of the asteroid colliding with the Earth discussed possible emergency plans and developed plans on what could be done to stop this object. The team involved in the study named the hypothetical asteroid impact scenario ‘2021 PDC’. According to this scenario, the asteroid 56 million kilometers from our planet will hit the Earth in 6 months. In the scenario in question, the probability of the asteroid discovered on April 19 to hit our planet on October 20 was determined as 5 percent. Calculations have revealed that the region the asteroid will hit will be eastern Europe or northern Africa. In other words, as a result of the simulation in question, Turkey was included in the risky zone. Scientists agreed that in such a situation the asteroid would have a massive nuclear explosion effect and would have dire consequences. Underlining that we are ineffective against such a situation with the technology we have, the team stated that the only solution is that the crash site was not evacuated early. Underlining that we are ineffective against such a situation with the technology we have, the team stated that the only solution is that the crash site was not evacuated early. How prepared is our planet for a possible asteroid impact? The American Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) acted for this scenario, which is one of the most popular topics in Hollywood movies. NASA has announced plans to explain how to counter meteorite dangers precisely on this point. NASA’s new roadmap envisions the joint work of many government agencies. The first precaution to be taken is to develop technologies for tracking meteorites. NASA, which has been following these types of celestial bodies since the 1990s, envisions the establishment of powerful telescopes both on earth and in orbit. The second step will be the development of programs to predict and model the effects of collisions. In this context, these programs, which will send data to all institutions, will provide simultaneous information flow. The third step will be to stop the meteors so that the collision does not occur. For this purpose, it will collide with meteors and destroy them or change their course. The fourth step will be for nations to interact with each other and the entire planet to work together against the meteorite. The fifth and final goal is to evacuate or protect people if none of these steps are accomplished or if there is no time left to implement them.