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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The Long View
The Long View
Kerry Grens | Jun 30, 2013
In the era of Big Data, research projects that focus on phenomena that unfold across decades have distinct benefits—and some drawbacks.