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Asteroid impact: life after death

Large impacts may be catastrophic but could also have provided a habitat for early life on Earth.

Drilling the Chicxulub impact crater has led to a better understanding of the formation of large impact craters and the subsurface of other planetary bodies. The study revealed that large impacts may be catastrophic (as Chicxulub was to the dinosaurs) but could also have provided a habitat for early life on Earth.


Professor Joanna Morgan | talks


Date and Time:

5 December 2017 at 7:00 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



Imperial College London
Sir Alex Fleming Building
South Kensington Campus

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