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What really killed the dinosaurs: asteroid impact or a series of volcanic eruptions?

In a similar way as in the old chicken-or-the-egg sayings, scientists have been wondering for some decades who came first: devastating asteroid exposure or suffocating volcanic eruptions? A pair of studies published in Science should answer that very question. First let's jump back 30 years. When researchers suggested in the 1980s that the Chixculub impact crater on the Mexican Yucatan …

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Federal Tax Refund 2019: American shocked by the impact of the new tax law: "My jaw has touched the ground"

Wait, I owe the IRS? The first tax filing season under the new Federal Tax Code proves to be surprising, confusing and sometimes frightening for some Americans, especially those who are used to retrieving money from the government Take Andy Kraft and Amy Elias out of Portland , Oregon. The couple had the convenience of receiving a small refund of …

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Radar unveils a second potential impact crater among Greenland ice science

NASA SCIENTIFIC VISUALIZATION STUDIO By Paul Voosen Feb. 12, 2019, 5:30 pm Only a few months after an impact crater the size of Washington, DC buried beneath the ice of northwest Greenland has been uncovered a team of scientists discovers that it has company: a major depression 180 kilometers away This can also be an asteroid or comet impact crater. …

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NASA discovers another possible impact crater buried beneath Greenland ice

Following the discovery of a massive impact crater deep below the Greenland ice sheet, scientists believe they have discovered a second, non-contiguous structure of this species nearby. The new proposed impact crater is about 22 miles (36 kilometers wide and as the first structure has not been definitively designated as impact crater.) There are many more cratered features on Earth …

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"Destination Earth" – New 22-mile wide impact crater buried under Greenland ice

Posted on February 11, 2019 A NASA glaciologist has discovered a potential second impact crater buried in more than a mile of ice in northwest Greenland. This follows the November 2018 report of a 19-mile wide crater beneath the Hiawatha Glacier – the first meteorite impact crater ever discovered beneath the earth's ice sheets. Although the newly found impact locations …

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SUPER BOWL ATLANTA WEATHER: Will the roof of Mercedes-Benz be opened for Super Bowl? Rain possible, clear by impact

0 Atlanta Weather: Super Bowl LIII Launches Whoever wins the Super Bowl is likely to be the biggest question of the day. But all eyes will be on Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz stadium with one thought: Will its state-of-the-art roof be opened for the big game? As of Sunday morning, this decision was not made, but meteorologist Eboni Deon [2] is tracking …

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US $ 1.5 trillion tax cut has no major impact on companies' investment plans: Reuters survey

© Reuters. US President Trump Signs Signature of White House Tax Law in Washington WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Trump government's $ 1.5 trillion tax cut package did not seem material, according to the US government to influence a survey that was published one year after the largest revision of US tax legislation in more than 30 years. Monday's quarterly National …

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Mars MYSTERY: NASA investigates a weird impact crater on the red planet science | news

Mars, with its distinctive rust-red appearance, has long fascinated humanity. And interest in the Red Planet is only increasing as technological advances make a manned mission to Mars all the more likely. Therefore, astronomers are increasingly interested in Earth's nearest neighbor – and NASA researchers have just discovered the amazing consequences of a catastrophic meteor impact. The enormous meteor impact …

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