What are Asteroids and where are they?
Asteriods are giant rocks in the solar system that are a threat if the come really close to earth.
Comets are Comets and Asteroids are Asteroids
Asteroids (or perhaps "rogue asteroids").
the asteroids crashed in Asia have 1000 asteroids
Belt of Asteroids
No, asteroids are not luminous
No asteroids have atmospheres.
Ida and Eros are the name of two specific asteroids. However, there are two different types of asteroids carbon and mineral asteroids.
A planet cannot "have" asteroids. But there are asteroids near Venus' orbit.
Stars are tremendously larger than asteroids and do not become asteroids.
No, asteroids don't have rings
Asteroids are remnants of the formation of our solar system including asteroids from other solar systems crashing into our planets, and moons to create more asteroids.
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There are collisions between asteroids, which can knock asteroids and asteroid fragments into different orbits. Some asteroids may not have originated in the asteroid belt.
asteroids are a threat to us
meteoroids are small asteroids.
You can see asteroids in the sky.
it is how circular and asteroids orbit path is.
Craters are a significant sign of collisions with asteroids therefore yes asteroids collide with Earth
asteroids which have some kind of difference are known as differentiated asteroids and vice versa
Asteroids are are big rocks floating in space. alot of asteroids can be found in the asteroid belt
Because in the past other asteroids have crashed in to it.
The collective noun is a belt of asteroids.
how are asteroids like planets
There are over 500,000,000 asteroids in space
Yes. Asteroids can hit anywhere.
Asteroids and Comets
No, meteoroids are smaller than asteroids.
Asteroids are larger than Meteoroids.
Small asteroids are called meteoroids.
it depends on the size of the asteroids
The asteroids were coming fast to earth
No. Asteroids do not have atmospheres and therefore cannot have storms.
No. Asteroids orbit in space. The are not "on" any planet.
The reason asteroids shoot is because gravity pulls them away from the belt. A other reason that asteroids shoot is because smaller asteroids hit them and send them rorring through the air.
Not exactly. Asteroids and meteoroids fall into the same category of object, the only difference being that asteroids are larger.
If you mean asteroids within our Solar System, then stars. In the Universe, there will be many more asteroids than stars.
Im not quite sure if there is a classification for asteroids, but most asteroids are made up of Iron and some have Nickel
The asteroids that travel before and behind the planet Jupiter are called the Trojan asteroids
no..... asteroids don't support life. there is no atmosphere around asteroids which can hold air we breathe . asteroids are rich in minerals and missions to asteroids are being planned in order to mine them
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.
Yes. Asteroids can hit any planet.
Asteroids are bits of rock floating around in space.
There are about 3000 asteroids in our solar system.
asteroids reflect light from the sun
Asteroids can fall on any planet (or moon).
The band of asteroids is called (the asteroid belt)
There are no known asteroids or comets that have impacted Mercury.
asteroids are rocks and comets are ice