Collision of asteroid 'bigger than dinosaur-killer' may have sparked new life on Earth
| Katie Weston
10/13/2019 11:54 AM EST
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The asteroid, which the study claims collided with another asteroid beyond the orbit of Mars, may have produced enough dust to blanket Earth and subsequently dramatically cool the planet.
Birger Schmitz, who led the study, told The Observer: “We know about the 10km asteroid that crashed on Earth 67 million years ago and killed...
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