Australia’s Yarrabubba Asteroid Impact Crater Is Oldest on Earth
Australia’s Yarrabubba Asteroid Impact Crater Is Oldest on Earth
A new study precisely dates the event to 2.229 billion years ago and suggests that it may have been responsible for ending an ice age.
Australia’s Yarrabubba Asteroid Impact Crater Is Oldest on Earth
Australia’s Yarrabubba Asteroid Impact Crater Is Oldest on Earth

A new study precisely dates the event to 2.229 billion years ago and suggests that it may have been responsible for ending an ice age.

A new study precisely dates the event to 2.229 billion years ago and suggests that it may have been responsible for ending an ice age.

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Life Reemerged Just Years After Dinosaur-Killing Asteroid Impact
Life Reemerged Just Years After Dinosaur-Killing Asteroid Impact
Ashley Yeager | May 30, 2018
Nutrient-rich water helped marine organisms reinhabit Chicxulub crater relatively quickly after the mass-extinction event.