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Would the Earth fare better if the Moon blocked the meteor, comet, rogue planet, or otherwise rather than a direct impact? WouldAt what point would the MoonMoon's debris cause more damage than the meteor itselfwould be an extinction event?

The limit of the impactor is the size, angle of attack, or composition in which to moon would no longer be of any protection.

Would the Earth fare better if the Moon blocked the meteor rather than a direct impact? Would the Moon debris cause more damage than the meteor itself?

Would the Earth fare better if the Moon blocked the meteor, comet, rogue planet, or otherwise rather than a direct impact? At what point would the Moon's debris would be an extinction event?

The limit of the impactor is the size, angle of attack, or composition in which to moon would no longer be of any protection.

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Would the Earth fare better if the Moon blocked the meteor rather than a direct impact? Would the Moon debris cause more damage than the meteor itself?

enter image description here This picture is a visual representation of the most extreme moon vs rogue dwarf planet impact. Source: modified by Me https://worldbuilding.stackexchange.com/questions/126591/what-is-our-planetary-defense-capability-against-an-earth-life-destroying-object http://www.cgw.com/Publications/CGW/2013/Volume-36-Issue-7-Nov-Dec-2013-/Portfolio-Dana-Berry.aspx

Would the Earth fare better if the Moon blocked the meteor rather than a direct impact? Would the Moon debris cause more damage than the meteor itself?

enter image description here This picture is a visual representation of the most extreme moon vs rogue dwarf planet impact. Source: modified by Me https://worldbuilding.stackexchange.com/questions/126591/what-is-our-planetary-defense-capability-against-an-earth-life-destroying-object http://www.cgw.com/Publications/CGW/2013/Volume-36-Issue-7-Nov-Dec-2013-/Portfolio-Dana-Berry.aspx

Would the Earth fare better if the Moon blocked the meteor rather than a direct impact? Would the Moon debris cause more damage than the meteor itself?

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Would the Earth fare better if the Moon blocked the meteor rather than a direct impact? Would the Moon debris cause more damage than the meteor itself?

enter image description here This picture is a visual representation of the most extreme moon vs rogue dwarf planet impact. Source: modified by Me https://worldbuilding.stackexchange.com/questions/126591/what-is-our-planetary-defense-capability-against-an-earth-life-destroying-object http://www.cgw.com/Publications/CGW/2013/Volume-36-Issue-7-Nov-Dec-2013-/Portfolio-Dana-Berry.aspx

Would the Earth fare better if the Moon blocked the meteor rather than a direct impact? Would the Moon debris cause more damage than the meteor itself?

enter image description here This picture is a visual representation of the most extreme moon vs rogue dwarf planet impact. Source: Me https://worldbuilding.stackexchange.com/questions/126591/what-is-our-planetary-defense-capability-against-an-earth-life-destroying-object

Would the Earth fare better if the Moon blocked the meteor rather than a direct impact? Would the Moon debris cause more damage than the meteor itself?

enter image description here This picture is a visual representation of the most extreme moon vs rogue dwarf planet impact. Source: modified by Me https://worldbuilding.stackexchange.com/questions/126591/what-is-our-planetary-defense-capability-against-an-earth-life-destroying-object http://www.cgw.com/Publications/CGW/2013/Volume-36-Issue-7-Nov-Dec-2013-/Portfolio-Dana-Berry.aspx

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