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A RECENT STUDY USING 3D IMPACT GIVES A CLEAR IMAGE ON DINOSAUR DOOMING ASTEROID AND ALL THE DETAILS WHICH SHOULD YOU KNOW EVERYTHING!!!

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A Recent study is concluded in a university in London revealed very interesting facts about the destruction of the dinosaurs. The asteroids will be responsible for the destruction of the dinosaurs was be stuck at the deadliest angle will possible. According to the study, then the asteroid hit the earth at an angle of 60 degrees which was responsible for climate change. It led to the production of be various deadliest gases and be running atmosphere. The main toxic gas was sulfur which is blocked the sun and triggered nuclear reactions that killed 75% of life.

The Crash was around 66 million years ago, ending the Mesozico era with a bang. The events triggered global climate change and the led of the mass extinction, wiping out 75% of all life on the Earth including a non- avian dinosaurs. A scar from the impact remains to this day, as the massive circular basin underneath Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula known as the Chicxulub crater, measuring around the 124 miles wide.

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simulations were performed on the science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) DIRAC High-Performance Computing facility. Lead researcher professor Gareth Collins of Imperial Department of Earth Science and been Engineering said: For the dinosaurs, the worst-case scenario is been exactly what happened. The asteroid strike has been unleashed an incredible amount of the climate-changing gases into the atmosphere, triggering a chain of events that will be led to the extinction of dinosaurs.

Sulfur formation not be only destroyed but also end up blocking photosynthesis. The rocks were being uplifted and the surface of the earth was been affected 30Km from Chicxulub only covered the information through the early stages of being impact. It will only be included the production of the deep bowl into the earth’s surface whereas the recent study covers aspects of the destruction.