The rate of heating of a meteoric body during its invasion of the atmosphere is proportional to the third power of its speed.

The rate of heating of a meteoric body during its invasion of the atmosphere is proportional to the third power of its speed. Which of two identical bodies is more dangerous – moving in orbit towards the Earth or catching up with the Earth?

The most dangerous are bodies that catch up with the Earth and have a lower speed relative to our planet. They are more likely to have no time to burn before falling to the surface of the Earth.

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