Two new reports say that a meteor in Russia disintegrated in the sky with over 30 times the force measured in the nuclear bomb blast that destroyed Hiroshima.
One researcher says that if we don't want to go the way of the dinosaurs – this better serve as our wakeup call!
Neil deGrasse Tyson, astrophysicist and director of the Hayden Planetarium in New York, weighed in on "New Day" Thursday.
Tyson says if the meteors are really big, "We know where they are. We know where the really big ones are, the ones that would render us extinct or possibly disrupt civilization as we know it. So fortunately, those are easier to detect and they're rarer than the ones that fell in Russia."
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