Space objects orbiting the Earth could potentially hit the Earth undetected

Space objects orbiting the Earth could potentially hit the Earth undetected | Thousands and even millions of objects in space that could potentially enter the Earth’s orbit and endanger the sustainability of life on earth. According to NASA about 370,000 objects are considered the space junk orbiting the Earth. Space objects have the speed of up to 35,000 kilometers per hour, with speed like that imagines what would happen if it hit the earth.

Thousands and even millions of objects in space

There are about 370,000 space objects orbiting the Earth, but only about 22,000 objects are monitored from the earth, this means 348,000 space objects are not identified and monitored from the earth. Space objects that become garbage debris in part are equipment that is launched from Earth into space since 1954. Debris is also very much disturb each flight into space that allows aircraft launched from Earth into space will touch even collide with one of the objects that are in the earth’s orbit.

According to the ESA states that approximately 100-150 tons of objects launched into outer space by humans is now back again to the earth’s atmosphere, the remaining satellites back to earth potential threat to human life on earth, which of the thousands of objects orbiting the earth to only about 6% of the monitored its existence. Outer space objects endanger earth.