Will the meteor hit earth again?
Yes. Tens of thousands of meteors strike the Earth each day. Most of them are quite small.
Are you asking "Will very large and dangerous meteors hit the Earth again?" Yes, but we don't know when.
No the latest meteor to hit was 2004 Australia .
A meteor hit the Earth in the Ural mountains of Russia, near the city of Chelyabinsk, in February 2013.
dk meteor as in dino killing meteor
Probably in the next few minutes. Thousands of meteors hit the earth every year. In a typical year there are between 18,000 and 80,000 meteorites of 10 grams or more, which strike earth.
The ones that hit the earth are called meteorites.
Meteor. Meteorites are the ones that do hit Earth.
Many meteorites have hit Earth. You will need to be more specific.
i think it hit the European continent
It very easily could. Earth gets hit with large amounts of tiny meteors and dust daily; however, large ones are extremely rare, so I doubt you have anything to worry about.
It is very likely that it will be hit by one eventually - but catastrophic events of this type may happen every few million years or so. The larger the meteor we are talking about, the longer it will take on average to be hit by one of them. No meteor is known that will hit Earth any time soon.
No, because that meteor already hit the earth.
the gravitational pull pulls (really?) the meteor into the earths atmosphere, and the meteor burns up, then hits the earth (sometimes)
It is called a meteorite.
Once it hits the Earth, we call the pieces "meteorites".
A meteor hit the earth in the mesozic era
In 2013, an meteor will go above Earth.
No. There is no comet or asteroid or meteor going to hit the Earth. Most of it is superstition.
The earth and moon.
A Meteor hit the earth and destroyed everything
they can prdict if a meteor will hit the earth
no proof of what happened, but if it was a meteor, parts could have hit off onto the moon.
No... Technically a meteor will never hit earth, and there has never been a meteor to hit the earth. A "meteor"by definition is the incandescent light phenomenon only. This is produced by extreme pressures exerted on the meteoroid body as it enters Earth's atmosphere at tens of thousands of MPH. A meteor is only incandescent for a few seconds of brief flight until it blinks out and enters what science calls "dark flight". Then it… Read More
Meteors hit the Earth every day, the small ones burn up in the atmosphere but larger ones can hit the surface. A meteor large enough to present any significant risk to humans is very rare. A meteor the size of the Tunguska meteor could do widespread damage, but they have only hit the earth once every 100,000 years. A meteorite large enough to cause widespread biospheric extinction happens only about one per 1 billion years… Read More
no one is sure. but it is possible that 1 could hit the earth because 1 has hit earth before. ( the one that wiped out the dinosaurs)
Earth's gravitational pull kept the meteor in orbit around Earth slowly pulling it closer to it, eventually causing it to land into Earth's atmosphere.
Well, the last meteor that impacted the earth and did noticeable damage was on 2/15/2013 (February 15, 2013) in Russia.
the meteor hit earth and boom
Meteors hit the earth every day. Fortunately, the vast majority of them are tiny and cause no significant damage. However, sooner or later (probably thousands or millions of years from now) a large meteor will hit the earth.
Meteors hit this planet every day. Most of them are too small to notice; but even a meteor of the size of a sandkorn can give a spectacular sight at night (the "shooting stars"). Larger meteors can be catastrophic; in 1908 a meteor hit Siberia, causing an explosion comparable to an H-bomb. 65 million years ago a larger meteor hit Earth, causing the demise of the dinosaurs. If you get a chance, go to Meteor… Read More
There is no special name for them. Any planet can hit by them. Earth gets hit by them.
There was a meteor that hit earth.
Dinosaurs were extinct due to a meteor that hit the earth.
Most scientists think it happened when a meteor hit the Earth. Some have evolved into birds.
Meteors do not hit the earth. The ones that do are meteorites. They are mostly tiny less than 10 grams.
a meteor would hit earth every five seconds
Very high. On average a meteorite will hit the ground once a day.
The friction between dust on a meteoroid and the Earth's atmosphere causes the light to shine, which is a meteor. When lots of meteroids hit Earth at similar times, a significant amount of meteors show in Earth, causing a meteor shower.
Yes. A meteor that hits the ground is called a meteorite. Small meteorites hit the surface very frequently. Larger impacts occur less frequently.
it could but scientists could be wrong and maybe they will be right
Not recordedly but you never know - watch out!
Meteors have hit Earth and meteorites haven't.
Yes, sometimes they did.
They often do. If they get through Earth's atmosphere and hit Earth's surface, they are called meteorites. Many can be found on Earth.
a meteor came hertiling towards earth hit earth made dust, smoke, and water, go all over the world it hit so hard and the meteor made a big explosion that also killed tons of dinosaurs
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.
It wasn't that big! The theory is that a large meteor hit the Earth and the explosion caused a large amount of dust in the upper atmosphere which caused climate change and the dinosaurs (or most of them) didn't survive.
Many meteors have hit the earth over the ages. One of the largest in human history is thought to have been in Tunguska, Siberia in 1908
Yes! Many dinosaurs such as stegosaurus and apatosaurus died long before the meteor hit Earth.
It is impossible to predict where a meteor will land or when it will land in a particular place, so your question cannot be answered.