SpaceX's extraordinary useful space, which exploded on February 6, 2018, is now moving in the space beyond the orbit of Mars. Tesla Roadster and his pilot were selected as a dummy load for the first launch of the SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket. Elon Musk, the head of the extravagant launch of the rockets, claims that at that time a payload of metal blocks would be just too boring. Now, one year after the launch, a study of Starman's trajectory around the Sun put the red red sports car on a potential clash with the Earth.
According to the experts on orbital dynamics, Hanno Rein, Daniel Tamayo and David Vokrouhlicky, the Starman is likely to collapse in Earth or Venus.
In a joint scientific article published under the title "Accidental Walking and Planetary Collisions," scientists predicted Storman's trip over the next few million years
Space experts found Earth, Venus and the Sun the three most probable goals for Starman's clash.
Collisions with Mercury and Mars are the least likely scenario, as Jupiter's gravity catapulted the car from the solar system.
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But even with the terrifying outlook, the chances of Starman collapsing on the planet are rather few.
Scientists gave six percent the safety of Starman to hit the Earth over the next one million years.
They also predicted a 2.5% chance of the sports car collapsing in Venus at the same time.
Professor Rhine said, "Although we can not tell w which planet will eventually end, we are comfortable to say that it will not survive in space for more than a few tens of millions of years. " READ MORE: Elon Musk will take the people to Mars In this study the scientists said that Tesla's sports car would get closer to Earth within the first 100 years of its release.
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The study reads: "With the help of an ensemble of several hundred implementations, we were able to statistically determine the probability of Tesla's collision with the planets of the Solar System in astronomical time frames. of orbits experiencing effects due to the average motion and world resonances crossing the NEA space, orbital evolution remains primarily dominated by close encounters with Earth's planets, especially Earth, Venus, and Mars.
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"About half of our 15 peace integrations lead to a collision with Earth, Venus and the Sun. "
For 15 million years (Myr), Starman has the chance to hit the Earth by 22%, and his chance to hit Venus is 12%.
However, Starman's exceptional opportunity is not long
Due to the strong and dangerous nature of the cosmos, Mr Musk's sports car is likely to break into pieces under the weight of intense cosmic radiation.
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the difference from actual spacecraft is usually not designed to withstand the forces of nature that play in the vacuum of space … 19659030] Cosmic radiation is different from the types of radiation we are experiencing here on Earth
William Carroll, chemist at the University of Indiana, explained: "All organic substances will be degraded by radiation will run
According to the NASA space agency, the space beyond the protection of the Earth's atmosphere is full of charged particles and cosmic rays radiating in all directions
Due to this problem, human cells are in particular at risk
] NASA said: "Cosmic radiation is different from the types of radiation we are experiencing here on Earth." The atom accelerates in the interstellar space to velocities approaching the speed of light – ultimately, only the nucleus of the atom remains
Cosmic radiation is three kinds of radiation: particles trapped in the Earth's magnetic field; particles fired into space during solar eruptions; and galactic cosmic rays, which are high energy protons and heavy ions outside our solar system.
"All these types of cosmic radiation are ionizing radiation."