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Antarctic Crater Evidence of Major Meteor

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Antarctic Crater Evidence of Major Meteor

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Antarctic Crater Evidence of Major Meteor

Antarctic Crater Evidence of Major Meteor

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New evidence beneath the ice in Antarctica suggests that a giant meteor hit the Earth over 200 million years ago. What did its impact have to do with the dinosaurs?

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Ralph von Frese, professor, geological sciences, Ohio State University

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