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Sixty-six million years ago, a 9-kilometer-wide asteroid slammed into Earth, creating the Chicxulub Crater and triggering the Cretaceous-Paleogene extinction event. Skies were filled with soot... [Read More]
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Shutterstock About 66 million years ago, a 9-kilometer-wide asteroid slammed into Earth, creating the Chicxulub crater and triggering the Cretaceous-Paleogene extinction event. Skies... [Read More]
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Dinosaurs such as Tyrannosaurus rex and Triceratops met a terrible end 66 million years ago. According to a new study, the frigid weather responsible ... [Read More]
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Dinosaurs may not have met their doom if the Chicxulub asteroid had struck another part of Earth 66 million years ago. A study has suggested... [Read More]
An asteroid called Chicxulub Impactor hit Earth about 66 million years ago, creating conditions for a mass extinction event that killed all non-avian dinosaurs. [Read More]
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When the cosmos shoots pool, it plays for keeps. It sunk a 6-mile-wide rock in our pocket of the solar system 66 million years ago.... [Read More]
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Mammals were largely creatures of the night until the dinosaurs were killed off by an asteroid some 66 million years ago, a new study finds.... [Read More]
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Mammals became more active during the daytime after dinosaurs disappeared some 66 million years ago, according to a new study. [Read More]
Mammals only started being active in the daytime after non-avian dinosaurs were wiped out about 66 million years ago (mya), finds a new study. [Read More]
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The asteroid that crashed into our planet about 66 million years ago and led to the mass extinction of dinosaurs appears to have life-saving abilities. [Read More]
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The asteroid that killed off the dinosaurs in a mass extinction event 66 million years ago might also end up curing cancer and saving countless... [Read More]
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Cancer cells can be targeted and destroyed with the metal from the asteroid that caused the extinction of the dinosaurs, according to new research by... [Read More]
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A city-size asteroid or comet is thought to have killed the dinosaurs 66 million years ago. The impact, called the Chicxulub event, released unfathomable quantities... [Read More]
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Scientists say new research shows a clearer picture of the effects of an asteroid hitting Earth 66 million years ago, the BBC reports. [Read More]
Mammals only started being active in the daytime after non-avian dinosaurs were wiped out about 66 million years ago (mya), finds a new study led... [Read More]
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The Chicxulub asteroid impact that wiped out the dinosaurs likely released far more climate-altering sulfur gas into the atmosphere than originally thought, according to new... [Read More]
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Scientists have strong evidence that the Chixulub asteroid wiped out the dinosaurs 66 million years ago. However, scientists are still finding out new information about... [Read More]
The asteroid impact roughly 66 million years ago that wiped out three-quarters of plant and animal species, including the dinosaurs, dropped temperatures globally below freezing... [Read More]
Scientists are learning more about how the dinosaur-killing asteroid impacted Earth's climate 66 million years ago. [Read More]
The Chicxulub impact 66 million years ago released 325 gigatons of sulfur and 425 gigatons of carbon dioxide - lending sup0port to the theory it... [Read More]
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