It will also discuss a recently proposed theory behind what may have caused the airship’s destruction concluded by Dowling (2013). Discussion Schudel (2014) details the Hindenburg, an 800-foot-long and 135-feet-high zeppelin kept in the air by hydrogen gas; renowned as the pride of Adolf Hitler, and an influential propaganda tool for the Nazi regime. A mere two months before the crash, the dirigible was spotted by spectators at the Olympics in Berlin. Schudel (2014) described it as a brilliant silver ship
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Astronomers from WISE say that with the new infrared observations, Baptistina is not the responsible party leaving the Origin of the Asteroid a mystery to scientists. Immediate Impact on Earth The asteroid which collided with Earth 66 million years ago immediately created a deep hole, known as the peak ring, with an area of 100 kilometres wide and 30 kilometres deep, leaving the crater mainly under sea. Just after the impact deep granite bedrock, in liquid form, rebounded up to 10 kilometres tall before falling into a circular ridge. Next, the peak ring was enclosed in a layer of rocks, called a breccia, that contains bits of broken rock and impact melt. The Chicxulub asteroid originally landed near the town of Chicxulub which is where the asteroid got its name.
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