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An asteroid didn’t kill the dinosaurs by itself. Earth helped.
Soot ejected during the blast likely circled the globe within hours.
This 43-mile-wide crater is 2.2 billion years old—making it Earth’s oldest meteorite impact
Billions of years ago, the strike might have helped end an ice age.
More Evidence That Comets Could Have Nurtured Life On Earth
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Pluto’s Heart-Shaped Landscape Is Weirder Than We Thought
Pics captured by New Horizons from just 48,000 miles away reveal the strange alien world
Just Discovered In Australia: The Largest Asteroid Impact Ever
When exactly the massive rock hit Earth remains a mystery
Newly Discovered Lunar Crater Named After Amelia Earhart
It's been hiding under debris for billions of years
New Mysterious Craters Found In Siberia
Well, we know it probably wasn't aliens