The Galaxy Report –“Deadly Deep-Earth Blobs 100 Times Height of Everest to Death on Mars”

 

LaSilla Observatory Chile

 

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Planet Earth Report –“Melting Tibetan Glacier Could Release Ancient Unknown Viruses to Epic Stone-Age Voyage”

Earth from the ISS

 

 

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Yarrabubba, Planet’s Oldest Asteroid Impact –“May Have Ended Snowball Earth”

Snowball Earth

 

“Our findings highlight that acquiring precise ages of known craters is important – this one sat in plain sight for nearly two decades before its significance was realized. Yarrabubba is about half the age of the Earth and it raises the question of whether all older impact craters have been eroded or if they are still out there waiting to be discovered,” said Senior Research Fellow Dr Aaron Cavosie at Curtin University about the discovery of Earth’s oldest asteroid strike that occurred at Yarrabubba, in outback Western Australia, and coincided with the big thaw that marked the end of global deep freeze known as a Snowball Earth, vaporizing a large volume of ice into the atmosphere, creating a 70 kilometer diameter crater.

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Last Week’s Top 5 Space & Science Headlines –“We’ve No Idea What’s Out There to Planet-Sized Dark Matter”

 

ESO Observatories Chile

 

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Planet Earth Report –“Top Secret Navy Video of Infamous UFO Event to Zoombie World of Viruses Key to Evolution”

 

Earth from the ISS

 

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Ancient Global-Warming Epoch Unveils Clues for Anthropocene Earth

Global Warming Oceans

 

“Thanks to our findings we now have a very clear picture of what was going on over 14 million years ago and this will change the way that scientists look at this period of global warming,” said Sindia Sosdian of Cardiff University’s School of Earth and Ocean Sciences about as the middle Miocene Climate Optimum, global temperatures were as much as three to four degrees warmer than today’s average temperatures, similar to estimates for 2100. The position of the continents were similar to today and the seas were flourishing with life.

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