Hello all. I am new here. I have an idea about defending the Earth from meteors using laser beams. I thought about using chemical lasers to burn the meteors. The first phase is that we use gas lasers if possible to create plasma by heating the gas and to use that plasma beam to strike at the meteor before it enters the lower atmosphere. The end result of this would be that the meteor would be burned. Now the second phase. For this idea, we would need many chemical lasers in many areas. But some would be located on satellites. Those on the satellites would target the far-Earth side of the meteor so that both sides would simultaneously burn. On this forum there are many professional physicists so I am interested to see what they think about this, looking at it from physics perspective.