The asteroid that killed the dinosaurs “vaporized” the impact of the site, created a transient crater

The asteroid that killed the dinosaurs approximately 66 million years of the earth’s surface mainly turn to liquid making it slosh back and forth, according to a new study from the University of Texas, Austin. The researcher-in-chief geophysicist Sean Gulick joins RT America’s Manila Chan to explain.

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