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everyone freakin burns and dies baby peace

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Meteor is a rock that crashes into our atmosphere. An asteroid would be the last rock object that crashed into our atmosphere, since it would wipe out life on the planet.


well the meteor would be sucked in by the earths gravitational pull


We would all die and we would have to kill each other for supplies so get your shotguns ready.


It depends on the size of the meteor but is would make a crater and most would vaporise.


if a HUGE meteor gives such a big knock life on earth will be destroyed.........the gravitational pull or say balance maintained between the planets would be disturbed.....it may even cause collision of planets!


The meteor would pass through the tornado, without being affected in the least.


The lightning would travel through the meteor or through the plasma sheath around it. Some of the surface of the meteor may melt, though this will happen to a meteor anyway. Otherwise the meteor would be unaffected. The stress of atmospheric entry is much greater than any stress created by the lightning.


The Earth is NOT going to be hit by a meteor on that date, unlike what some people would lead you to think. If a meteor was going to hit, we would have known about it months or possibly years before, and it would be getting constant news coverage.



A 20,000 mile wide object would not be a meteor; it would be a planet significantly larger than Earth. In that case Earth, which is about 8,000 miles wide, would definitely be destroyed.


Irrespective of location, a meteor doesn't reach surface level.


a meteor would hit earth every five seconds


Life as we know it would disappear. It's not possible for a meteor to punch a clean hole through the Earth. So a meteor big enough would crack the Earth into pieces. These might eventually be pulled together again by gravity, but the planet would be unrecognizable.


If an impact caused the earth to stop rotating it would have already caused damage. For example: If a meteor hit the earth it would crack the earth into pieces, therefore we would be frozen in the darkness for half a year and toasted from the sun the other half.


A meteor hitting the moon would affect life on Earth in a good way. By omission, the collision with the moon means the meteor doesn't get to strike the Earth --- and that is a very good thing.


To the human race and many animals: Death To some small creatures that hide quickly and deeply enough: Life To the earth: A big hole and destruction and ruin across the Earth.



That depends on where you are on the Earth and where the meteor hits. ________________ Wherever you are on earth, if an object the size of the earth collided directly with us (at that size it would be a rogue planet, I think, rather than a meteor) then certainly all life on earth would come to an end, and likely within minutes.


The atmosphere density will cause the meteor/ meteorite to heat up and break apart. No, if everyone on earth makes sound on earth the meteor/ meteorite will not break up. But still a large asteroid will cause mass destruction if it lands in the right spot.


By virtue that a meteor is a meteoroid that is burning up in the Earths atmosphere due to friction, then the answer is yes.


airplane cannot cross the gravity.so even if it crashes then it would not come to earth because it do not have any gravity to bring it down. so it keeps flying..



December 21, 2010 No this when a total lunar eclipse and meteor shower will happen on the same day and the next solar eclipse and meteor shower to happen on the same day will be on January 4th 2011 and this will be a partial eclipse not total A total eclipse and meteor shower only happen every 1000 years and that would be in December and it is a lunar not solar eclipse


If the other body were bigger than the Earth, we would call it a "rogue planet", and the collision would ruin your ENTIRE day. And everybody else's. We believe that another planet perhaps as large as Mars collided with the proto-Earth early in our planet's history; the debris from the collision formed the Moon.


A large enough object would leave a crater on the surface.



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