Thinking of a large asteroid that collided with the Earth is likely to understand the extinction of dinosaurs about 65 million years ago.
The current theory is the 115 million-mile Chikusubu Burst in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, a region that had existed for millions of years ago for a deadly gulf. Dinosaurs are in a chain of events that have been killed
In a study published in Scientific Advances, the discovery of another asteroid crater found in recent years, the situation of the tragedy crash in Mexico was not so great. Its actual result is unknown.
The new crater was found in Greenland glacier glacier. It is 19 miles long and is larger than Paris or Washington DC. The history of recent history and the history of the past, the study says, is how much is saved in the future.
It's not possible to find craters right now. This was formed from the 3 million years old on the surface of the soil and leaping to Greenland 12,000 years ago. Last ice age, "said study author Kurt H. Kjer in a paper in the Copenhagen University.
For NASA's invention of the existence of NASA, NASA states that "information on the changes in the ice clouds in the poles" could be made popular by people to scan and review them on maps. In Denmark's Natural History Museum, researchers at the Copenhagen Center for Geogenetics Center examined the information from NASA and discovered the shape of a huge crater hidden in the greenland in the greenland in July 2015.
NASA's Glaciologist Joseph Mac Gregory observed the study of radar measurements found in research studies from the Alfred Wenger Institute in Germany.
What have they got?
"Clearly circular rim, central applet, dessert and underlying ice learing, basal remains," McGregor said in a press release.
In other words, MacGregor said that the cracks that had a shroud were "all there".
A researcher has also found a channel in the glacier melt in glacier. It was used to collect different rocks for more evidence of high rocks.
The shocking quartz and crystalline were discovered, which formed after a huge impact, pointed out Gizmodo. According to the National Geographic Report, the asteroid is about 12 million tons a mile.
The study found that the 20 tonnes meteorite at the Geological Museum in Copenhagen is far from the crust.
Though not included in the paper, national geography is said to be a janager-like effect that hypotheses help. Due to heavy snow, large animals like Mammoots died from snow.
But there are still many ways to go before this argument, warning Jere magazine.
"This will create a lot of discussions, we need to find," he told the National Geographic. "We do not know until the exact date."
Research team co-founder Nicholaj K. Larson told Gizmodo that the researchers are trying to find out how the impact will be more accurate.
"We are now thinking how communicating about Impact Today," she said. "There is a system where bottoms of Ison's ice are also available for petrol samples.