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www.purdue.edu/impactearth

Impact: Earth! written by Gareth Collins, H. Jay Melosh and Robert Marcus Developed by ITaP for Purdue University. View the text-only version. Purdue University, West ...

www.asterank.com/3d

Rotate: left click + drag; Pan: right click + drag Zoom: scroll/middle click + drag; Fullscreen: press f Location of all objects shown is scientifically accurate.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=bU1QPtOZQZU

Discovery Channel - Large Asteroid Impact Simulation (2008). Earth was born as a result of repeated asteroid collisions, the moon was created by a single giant impact event. Then, Earth's size ...

www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2749256/How-YOU-affected-Earth-hit...

How would YOU be affected if Earth was hit by an asteroid? Interactive map reveals devastating damage a space rock would inflict if it hit cities around the world ... This simulation shows the ...

www.nbcnews.com/mach/science/why-nasa-just-destroyed-simulated-new-york-city...

The five-day asteroid simulation took as its starting point the make-believe discovery on March 26 of an oblong asteroid as wide as a city block, with a 1-in-10 chance of striking Earth in 2027 ...

www.killerasteroids.org/interactives/rubblekiosk/index.php

Deflect an asteroid. This is just a quick little game. Earth is below, and there are various rocks on screen. Push them off any side except the bottom. Earth is down there. Earth doesn't want your rocks. You have three tools: Bombs will detonate a few seconds after release. Pushers will just keep thrusting forward, even if they spin out of control.

www.huffpost.com/entry/asteroid-strike-simulator-earth_n_5792752

For those not bent on destroying the Earth, there's Asterank, a fascinating interactive 3D model that has mapped out and animated the trajectory of major asteroids in our solar system.Users can follow Earth's orbit around the sun, watching as the planet narrowly dodges objects, or they can select individual asteroids and track their orbits as they arc from the outer reaches of the solar sy...

simulator.down2earth.eu/planet.html?lang=en-US

Based on the original science of. Robert Marcus, H. Jay Melosh & Gareth Collins.

news.yahoo.com/killer-asteroid-flattens-york-simulation-exercise-020055474.html

After devastating the French Riviera in 2013, destroying Dhaka in 2015 and saving Tokyo in 2017, an international asteroid impact simulation ended Friday with its latest disaster -- New York in ruins. The exercise has become a regular event among the international community of "planetary defense