Killer Asteroid • 2016 • episode "S1E1" • Doomsday: 10 Ways the World Will End

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65 Million Years ago, an asteroid impact caused a cascade of catastrophes that led to the downfall of the dinosaurs, but what would happen if the same size space rock struck near the same spot again?

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