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# How long would it take an asteroid to travel from the sun to earth?

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###### 2010-08-03 01:43:52

An asteroid could never travel from the Sun to the Earth.

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If an asteroid were to hit Earth, it could do HUGE damage. It was the changes to Earth after an asteroid hit that killed off the dinosaurs. But if we knew about an asteroid heading our way long enough ahead of time, maybe we could change it's course enough to make it miss, and save millions of lives.

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i would say that a science textbook would have the answer. :)

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No an asteroid is not coming twords earth in 2012. They said it would come a long time ago and nothing happened. so no need to worry. Scientest are still triing to build a machine that will make the asteroid go in another direction but they don't know whats going to happen yet. (like anything is going to happen)

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