NASA’s plan to save humans if the Earth ends

NASA planning for Earth's End

NASA’s plan to save humans if the Earth ends

Did you know that the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) plans to notify the public of the Earth’s end and save humans? NASA has a staff dedicated to warning us of potential asteroid strikes that will end Earth.

Asteroids are small, rocky objects that orbit the Sun, primarily found in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter. Scientists believe that large asteroids colliding with Earth have the potential to cause significant damage, including mass extinctions, widespread devastation, and even the end of Earth.

Hence, the purpose of NASA is to monitor near-Earth objects (NEOs) and alert the public of a potential global disaster. Lindley Johnson, the lead program executive for NASA’s Planetary Defense Coordination Office (PDCO) headed this research.

Lindley has just revealed the step-by-step planning of NASA to alert the public about Earth’s end. It will also enable scientists to take action to prevent it from happening.

The PDCO defines a NEO as any object that passes within 30 million miles of Earth. But it does not trigger an alarm every time it is detected. However, it maintains track of each NEO that it discovers.

He stated that they (unexpected asteroid impact) wanted to find all those before they found us. Here is how NASA anticipated the sequence of activities to alert people to a NEO that poses a significant hazard to people living on Earth:

NASA plans to work with the International Asteroid Warning Network (IAWN) to save humans to make Earth a planetary defense. It will ensure that astronomers sound the alert when a threatening NEO is discovered.

NASA plans to save humans

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They distribute the research throughout the network, allowing other scientists to confirm the accuracy of NEO. It will also assess their potential threat. Lindley said while he does not have a red phone on his desk, NASA has formal procedures for alerting of an extreme threat on Earth. They will send an estimated warning call based on the estimated location.

In case of an asteroid threat to the US, NASA will first contact the White House on an asteroid damaging America. The executive branch will then develop public warning measures such as taking over TV programming with an official statement.

They will also send mobile phone notifications via the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) Integrated Public Alert and Warning System.

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