The fifth annual day of International Asteroid Day occurs on Sunday, June 30, 2019. Recognized by the United Nations, Asteroid Day marks a global opportunity to raise awareness about the threat and the asteroid, The opportunity of the numerous rocky bodies that zoom through the space. A five-day transmission – on asteroids and space themes – began on June 27 and is still in operation. Here you have a program planning and, besides, the way you see, wherever you are.
The central day of the asteroid this year is what is called the 100x Declaration, which calls for an increase of 100 times in the detection and monitoring of asteroids. Signed up to date by more than 50,000 people around the world, the Declaration resolves "solve the great challenges of humanity to safeguard our families and the quality of life on Earth in the future." If you want to sign up, the Online Declaration is here.
This year, the events of Asteroid Day will focus on the role of asteroids in the formation of our solar system and on technological advances to detect, track and analyze better asteroids and revise our ability to divert an asteroid that is directs to the Earth.
Asteroid Day events range from asteroid questionnaires in a Dublin bar to top level discussions about policies and programs at the National Air Museum and # 39 ; Space of Washington, DC See a list of events around the world. To find an Asterisk Day event near you, scroll down to half of the page and enter your location.
A new Asteroid Day 2019 program is the Asteroid Day TV. Obtain more information and visit the website of Asteroid Day, the YouTube channel or the website Twitter.
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On the day of the asteroid is celebrated the anniversary of the most devastating impact of asteroids in the recent history of the Earth, an event that took place on June 30, 1908, known as the explosion of Tunguska, when one Small asteroid hit the Earth above Tunguska, Siberia. Here is the premise of Asteroid Day, in the words of co-founder Brian May, astrophysicist, guitarist and composer of the Queen band:
Our goal is to dedicate a day each year to learn about the asteroids, the origins of our universe, and support the resources needed to see, track and divert dangerous asteroids from the Earth's orbital path. Asteroids are a natural disaster that we know how to prevent.
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Simply put: the 2019 International Day of the Asteroid passes on Sunday, June 30.