Not usually, but sometimes; sometimes the Earth even collides with small asteroids! Perhaps you wouldn't call a rock 1 meter in diameter an "asteroid", but a rock about that size collided with Illinois on April 15, 2010, startling millions of earthlings with a brilliant explosion in the sky.
You can watch the video of it at spaceweather.com, at the link below.
Larger asteroids sometimes come quite close to the Earth; there was one about 3 months ago that passed in between the Earth and the Moon. And on Friday, April 13, 2029, the asteroid Apophis will come within 20,000 miles of the Earth - but it will miss.
Most asteroids are in the "asteroid belt", a roughly toroidal (meaning "doughnut-shaped") region of space between Mars and Jupiter.
No - but some do come close, they orbit a sun
Some do, some do not. Both have in the past hit the Earth.
Yes; some come close enough to crash with planet Earth - as was the case, for example, in the Tunguska (Siberia) in the year 1908.
Most asteroids are not in the same plane as earth. The word plane is quite generic. Some asteroids come very close to earth, and that is not a good thing as they could cause serious damage.
Not unless the two bodies meet, or come very close together.
Asteriods are giant rocks in the solar system that are a threat if the come really close to earth.
Asteroids, even very large ones, actually come close to earth regularly and cause no harm and no effect on life on earth. The concern would be a large asteroid crashing into the earth.
In dicussing asteroids, NEO stands for Near-Earth Object. NEOs are asteroids whose orbits come close to or cross Earth's. This creates a potential hazard for a collision.
Asteroids and comets have several similarities. They are both made of rocks and assorted materials, and they both come fairly close to Earth on a regular basis.
Asteroids frequently visit Earth because many of them pass very close to the Earth's orbit around the Sun. ~E. Plaga
Yes. Asteroids can enter earth's atmosphere. In such an event the asteroid will probably strike earth's surface.
Thousands of asteroids are being observed; some may come quite close to Earth within the next few hundred years. Right now, no specific date is known, for a specific asteroid to hit Earth.Thousands of asteroids are being observed; some may come quite close to Earth within the next few hundred years. Right now, no specific date is known, for a specific asteroid to hit Earth.Thousands of asteroids are being observed; some may come quite close to Earth within the next few hundred years. Right now, no specific date is known, for a specific asteroid to hit Earth.Thousands of asteroids are being observed; some may come quite close to Earth within the next few hundred years. Right now, no specific date is known, for a specific asteroid to hit Earth.
Most asteroids are in the Asteroid Belt between Mars and Jupiter. But a few do come close to the Earth; these are called Near Earth Asteroids. You can see a list of NEAs, and the dates that they will come closest to the Earth, at www.spaceweather.com. Asteroids and comets have collided with the Earth in the past, and someday one will collide with Earth in the future. Depending on the mass of the asteroid, the damage could be catastrophic. 65 million years ago, scientists now believe that an asteroid or comet hit the Earth, causing the extinction of the dinosaurs and most life on Earth.
It burns up all of the asteroids that come to earth before they touch earth
It is in 2022 when Jupiter will come close to earth.
Comets are difficult to predict; we currently know of no comets that will be visible in 2012, but new ones are discovered periodically. No asteroids that we are aware of will approach the Earth very closely before April 13, 2029, when the asteroid Apophis will come fairly close the Earth. (But it will miss.)
The gravity of the sun brings it to earth by it's gravity and it sometimes misses.
As far as we know, no rogue planet has ever come near Earth. Comets and asteroids have come near Earth, but not actual planets.
what planet's resources might come close with earth
Asteroids that occasionally cross the orbit of Earth are known as Near Earth Asteroids. Asteroids that both cross the orbit of the Earth and are large enough to pose a significant threat in the event of an impact are known as Potentially Hazardous Asteroids.