It would depend which part of the Sun came into contact with our planet.
This asteroid is one of the largest yet to be discovered, measuring about 4.4 km (2.7 mi) in diameter.
That’s a 31% increase in just 33 years.
Spoiler alert: in the long, long, long, long, long, long term--it doesn't look good.
It is possible to put a price tag on this planet?
Barring freak occurrences, where is the most perilous spot on the planet?
What exactly does the leap second do?
What's the future of the human race and Earth?
Just because it's impossible on Earth doesn't mean it's impossible everywhere else in the universe.
A bigger Earth also means bigger problems.
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