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Thousands of ‘hazardous’ asteroids with potential to hit Earth identified by artificial intelligence

Thousands of ‘potentially hazardous’ asteroids which could hit Earth have been spotted by a pioneering new artificial intelligence.

It predicted that 4,472 will pass within less than five million miles of Earth in the next 1,000 years and found that 11 will travel with three million miles of Earth.

‘In 1990 the US Congress requested for Nasa to establish two workshops to focus on the identification of potentially hazardous small bodies and on methods of altering their orbits to prevent impact,’ the academics added.

‘If a hazardous asteroid is identified early enough prior to impact, it would be possible to mitigate the impact by means of an appropriate space mission to alter the asteroid’s orbit through a gravitational tugboat or by obliterating it with a nuclear warhead.

‘Both mitigation strategies require many years of preparation, which makes the early detection of hazardous objects vital for allowing ample time to prepare such missions.’

Asteroids are stronger than predicted and humanity could have a tough time destroying a doomsday space rock on a collision course with Earth, scientists warned in a separate study last year.

‘We need to have a good idea of what we should do when that time comes – and scientific efforts like this one are critical to help us make those decisions.’ Scientists are currently trying to work out what to do if an asteroid suddenly appears on the horizon.

They found that ‘millions of cracks formed and rippled throughout the asteroid, parts of the [larger] asteroid flowed like sand, and a crater was created’ after the impact.

Plymouth Rock Technologies Launches Latest X1 Drone, a Next Level Unmanned Aerial System (UAS)

Built entirely from NATO-coalition sourced components, the PRT-X1 UAS platform will enable airborne visual weapon and object detection, facial recognition with thermal and ultra-high-resolution capabilities that has been designed with the direct input of law enforcement, intelligence agencies, military, and rescue services.

'The X1 greatly expands common commercial uses as it offers long-duration flight times, greater airspeed and stability in the hover mode, which translates to lower altitude, high resolution sensor data capture.

This X1 endurance, multi-battery UAS is capable of carrying a wide array of payloads and is ideal for tactical operations, search and rescue, agriculture, industrial inspection, and cellular capture intelligence sensors for three letter agency use.'

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