The Physical Environment

Asteroids and Near Earth Objects

When and where was the last great impact on the Earth from a Near Earth Object

The last big impact was in 1908 in Tunguska, Russia, in Siberia. Scientists do not know for sure what hit the Earth—it could have been a comet or meteoroid—but whatever it was, it had an estimated explosive energy of 15 megatons.


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