Chicxulub crater could reveal how Earth rebounded from the 66-million-year-old blast that wiped out most life.

Off the coast of Mexico, researchers are about to start drilling into the crater that marked the end of the dinosaurs:Cores from Chicxulub crater could reveal how Earth rebounded from the 66-million-year-old blast that wiped out most life.
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