In ancient times, civilization from Mesopotamia, Greece, Persia, India, China, Egypt, and Central America observed the sky and gave ideas about the universe.
During the Renaissance, proposed a heliocentric modal of the solar system. After that Galileo Galilei defended this idea and observe the universe by the first telescope. Johannes Kepler explained the motion of the planets around the Sun by his three Kepler's law. After that Sir Isaac Newton describes the motion of the planet around the Sun by gravitational law.
Jupiter’s massive gravity and close encounter of Mars or other objects change their path and get out of the asteroid belt and hit other objects or planets. Scientists continuously monitor Earth-crossing asteroids whose paths intersect Earth’s orbit. Many asteroids hit the Earth and many incidents involved by hitting the asteroids.
In 1908s one asteroid hit the Earth surface in Siberia, Russia. Again in February 1947, another large bolide impacted the Earth in Russia.