Long ago, when there was no trace of a human being on Earth, a huge asteroid hit our planet with a devastating force. It left behind a giant crater of roughly 25,450 km² that scientists can explore even today while ...

Scientists initially believed that asteroids hitting Earth, such as the Chicxulub impactor that wiped out the dinosaurs, represent very rare events. There are plenty of reasons why you would be tempted to believe so, and one of them is represented ...

Whether we like it or not, Doomsday will surely come sooner or later. Both science and the Bible admit it, and the only questions are “when?” and “how?”. Among the most plausible scenarios, we find the hypotheses of a nuclear ...

It’s a pretty common misconception that the Chicxulub impactor that led to the extinction of the dinosaurs represents a kind of event that we can see only once in the Earth’s lifetime. But our planet has been here for about ...

Many astronomers worry that it’s only a matter of time until another devastating asteroid will smash into Earth, as it happened roughly 66 million years ago when the dinosaurs went extinct. Hopefully or not, most of us won’t be around ...