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RIP Dinosaurs, who were killed by two asteroids not just one

A study published in Earth and Planetary Science Letters adds a new wrinkle to the asteroid assumption by suggesting that the dinos may have had to contend with not one, but two deadly balls of flying space rock. Titled “Morphology and population of binary asteroid impact craters,” the study was lead by Katarina Miljkovic from the Institute of Earth Physics in Paris.

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RIP Dinosaurs, who were killed by two asteroids not just one

A study published in Earth and Planetary Science Letters adds a new wrinkle to the asteroid assumption by suggesting that the dinos may have had to contend with not one, but two deadly balls of flying space rock. Titled “Morphology and population of binary asteroid impact craters,” the study was lead by Katarina Miljkovic from the Institute of Earth Physics in Paris.

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