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A study revealed that stained glass in the Atacama Desert is due to a comet that exploded in Chile more than 12,000 years ago

The report notes that during that last Ice Age, the comet exploded in the region, releasing many green and black bottles, and also rotated the Earth 75 kilometers in length.

On November 2, a study was published in geology A large comet exploded in the Atacama Desert in Chile more than 12,000 years ago.

The report indicates that during that last period of ice Age The comet exploded in the area, releasing many green and black bottles, and also orbited 75 kilometers from Earth.

For example, a glass walkway was discovered in 2012 in the Andes and attributed to wildfires, but Brown University scientist Peter SchultzHe had his doubts, as the expansion of the glass was much greater than that which would cause this kind of fire related phenomena.

Moreover, Schultz Together with his team, he collected more than 300 glass samples spread over 30 kilometers.

The first thing that happened was that it was ruled out that everything corresponds to forest fires, since the material contains metallic minerals (zircon) that decompose in the form of oxide, but this can only happen if it is hot exceeds 1700 degrees Celsius.

The glass that was found had marks rollingand the tears, shearing, and airbursts associated with hurricanes caused by a comet exploding.

The researcher pointed out time That “in other words, there was a dynamic force that shaped them.”

In addition, in these glasses the cuban was found, trulita The mineral phosphate is called Chlorabatite. These elements are common in asteroids and comets.

That aside, in 2004 a NASA spacecraft flew over Comet Wild-2 and collected minerals. When analyzing it on the ground, it was found that it was very close to the material collected by Schultz.

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