Mercury has been hit 142 times
No. While mercury has undoubtedly been hit by asteroids and comets, it does not "have" any.
Yes. All the planets can and have been hit by asteroids.
Mercury has no moons or satellites but is frequently hit by asteroids because of it's low atmosphere.
We know that the Moon has been hit by asteroids because we can see the craters on the Moon from past collisions
There are no known asteroids or comets that have impacted Mercury.
Because in the past, just after the moon and mercury was formed a lot of asteroids hit mercury and the moon.
The craters on Mercury were formed by the impacts of asteroids and comets, which have been hitting Mercury since it formed.
For sure. All the planets were bombarded by asteroids in the early formation of the solar system
Yes. Asteroids can hit anywhere.
Mercury, like all other other planets, has been hit by asteroids and comets. However, unlike Earth, Venus, or Mars it has not atmosphere to protect it from impacts and no weather or geologic forces to destroy them.
Yes. All planets in the solar system have been hit by asteroids.
millions of times
Yes. Asteroids can hit any planet.
We know that asteroids have hit the earth because they cause indentations when they hit.
The moon has holes because it has been hit by asteroids
the massive ditches is the profe
Over the millions of years the Earth has been hit by many meteorites, some of which may have been asteroids.
No, none of the planets have asteroids.
It is possible for comets and asteroids to hit Earth, but they are extremely rare events.
No. Asteroids can hit anywhere on earth.
Well I guess any asteroid could hit Earth.For a complete list of NEO - see related link .There are several hundred asteroids that could hit Earth, most of them have not been named, or even discovered yet.
Yes, Earth has been hit by many asteroids which were sent or pulled out of the various zones they normally exist within.
Yes, earth has been hit by asteroids before. The effects have ranged from localized devastation, to worldwide mass extinction events.