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Outback smashed by asteroids
Earth shattering ... While the scars of two enormous asteroid impacts have been found in Outback Australia, no trace of their fallout has yet been identified. Source: Thinkstock Source: ThinkStock TWO asteroids, each 10km across, slammed into ...
 Herald Sun6 days ago
Mystery of Underground Scars in Australian Outback
Two deeps scars discovered in the Australian Outback are believed to be the site of one of the largest asteroid impacts ever. The twin marks are believed to be indicators of what was once a 250-mile impact zone marking the moment the asteroid ...
 ABC News6 days ago
Outback smashed by asteroids
Earth shattering ... While the scars of two enormous asteroid impacts have been found in Outback Australia, no trace of their fallout has yet been identified. Source: Thinkstock Source: ThinkStock TWO asteroids, each 10km across, slammed into ...
 Perth Now6 days ago
Deep impact on our back doorstep
Earth shattering ... While the scars of two enormous asteroid impacts have been found in Outback Australia, no trace of their fallout has yet been identified. Source: Thinkstock Source: ThinkStock TWO asteroids, each 10km across, slammed into ...
 Brisbane Courier-Mail6 days ago
Tasmania Mercury
Outback smashed by asteroids
Earth shattering ... While the scars of two enormous asteroid impacts have been found in Outback Australia, no trace of their fallout has yet been identified. Source: Thinkstock Source: ThinkStock TWO asteroids, each 10km across, ...
 Tasmania Mercury6 days ago
Townsville Bulletin
Outback smashed by asteroids
Earth shattering ... While the scars of two enormous asteroid impacts have been found in Outback Australia, no trace of their fallout has yet been identified. Source: Thinkstock Source: ThinkStock TWO asteroids, each 10km across, ...
 Townsville Bulletin6 days ago
Deep impact on our back doorstep
Researchers from the Australian National University say the enormous impact crater this event generated has long since eroded. But it left a bruise which still extends deep into the Earth. It is believed to be the most powerful asteroid impact yet ...
 NEWS.com.au6 days ago

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