Scientists show the spectacular and extremely deadly effects, which produce the conflicts of these celestial bodies with marine surfaces.
The National Center for Atmospheric Research of the United States (NCAR) has published a video that shows what could happen if an asteroid fell into one oceans.
Simulations are based on the data collected by scientists from the Los Alamos National Laboratory (New Mexico, USA), Galen R. Gisler and John M. Patchett, showing asteroids of different sizes that cross & The sea surface of different angles.
In the video, you can see as many asteroids that hit the sea and stay as a whole as celestial bodies that experience air explosions and rush into the water partition in several pieces. The collapse of a obry angle is more likely, according to scientists, to produce a tsunami.
According to NASA, there is little chance of an asteroid hitting the Earth in the short term. It is estimated that an asteroid of around 1,500 kilometers only falls on Earth once every million years. But if an asteroid falls on our planet, it is more likely to affect the oceans because they occupy more than 70% of Earth's surface.
Source: RT in Spanish.