Cosmic Fireballs

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Science Documentary hosted by Mike Giunta and published by National Geographic in 2001 - English narration

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Are the secrets of evolution tied to meteorites? Could an impact from space be responsible for today's weather? Voyage back in time four billion years, when an asteroid smashed into Earth, knocking it off axis and creating earth's seasonal weather patterns. Then, travel on to the Yucatan, 65 million years ago, where a meteorite collided into the earth, perhaps leading to the death of the dinosaurs. Learn about the science of asteroids, meteorites and comets, and get to know the experts on the cutting edge of impact theory.

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  • Name.........: (National Geographic) - Cosmic Fireballs.avi
  • Filesize.....: 314 MB (or 322,282 KB or 330,016,768 bytes)
  • Runtime......: 00:46:56 (70,393 fr)
  • Video Codec..: DivX 5.0
  • Video Bitrate: 804 kb/s
  • Audio Codec..: 0x0055(MP3) ID'd as MPEG-1 Layer 3
  • Audio Bitrate: 128 kb/s (64/ch, stereo) CBR
  • Frame Size...: 384x288 (1.33:1) [=4:3]
  • Language.....: English

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