Research Unearths Clues About Tunguska for International Asteroid Day | Digital Trends

Palmer/Shaver Dept.: No one will tell you this, but it was really the beginning of an aborted alien invasion….

NASA/JPL/Caltech

Today is International Asteroid Day, marking the 111th anniversary of the most destructive asteroid event in recorded history: The Tunguska event. But this isn’t only a historical curiosity — scientists are still researching the aftermath of the event and what it can tell us about asteroids.

Source: Research Unearths Clues About Tunguska for International Asteroid Day | Digital Trends

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