The BBC tour on Wednesday (14/14/2018), and in the mid-1980s, a group of American archaeologists watched a satellite view of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. They do not know what to do with an unexpected pattern, this is a good ring.
The area is about 200 km. In Mexico, Mexico, scientists believe that cynicism should be the centerpiece of the collapse of asteroids that destroyed dinosaurs.
Known as the Kenot, this is a hole with blue water. This is the main attraction of tourists on the Yucatan Peninsula.
Cenote (BBC Travel)
When viewed from space, these holes form the cluster together with a half-circle pattern. Archaeologists have found this model, surrounded by the city of Merida, as well as the cities of Sisal and Progreso.
Maya used cenotan water for daily needs. They are residents of the Peninsula.
These holes make the researchers confused. In 1988 at the Selper Scientific Conference in Acapulco, Mexico, he presented the results of his research to satellite specialists at once.
Adriana Okampo, a young planet geologist at NASA, was an unexpected mark for a scholar among spectators. He estimated that 66 million years ago was a dangerous asteroid threatening the planet.
The scientist's forecast is the basis of scholarly beliefs today. Crater caused a 12-kilometer asteroid that hit Yucatan.
Since the early 1990's, teams from scientists from America, Europe and Asia have responded to others. They believe they have already built a 30-kilometer crater.
(BBC Travel) Photo: unspecified
After a natural disaster, the world has changed and turned the sky into ashes and spent a long night over a year. Temperature drops from freezing and kill about 75% of all life on Earth, including all dinosaurs.
Until the publication of the Oxopo Conclusion in 1991, the Yucatan region was of international interest. Currently, the museum opened in September 2018, the Chicxulub Crater Science Museum, the Mexican Government and the UNAM University's largest joint project.
The goal was to start living 66 million years ago, when the 12-kilometer asteroid changed world history. In addition, this museum should be a bridge for tourists studying the historical period of Yucatan.
(msl / aff)