The Miguasha fossil beds at Nouvelle, Quebec, were discovered in 1842. Starting in the 1880s, thousands of fossil specimens were collected and shipped to museums and universities around the world, helping to confirm the site’s scientific importance. -Canada World Heritage Site
We all know the tale of the dinosaurs' demise: some 65 million years ago, a large asteroid impacted the Earth near the modern Yucatan peninsula. The cataclysmic event resulted in one of the largest.
New software based on an algorithm developed in an open competition hosted by NASA, improves the detection rate of potentially hazardous near-Earth asteroids. It transforms any amateur astronomer into a seasoned asteroid hunter.
The Second Trumpet Sounded, and a Great Mountain Burned and the Sea Became Blood. ~ (Rev "And the second angel sounded, and as it were a great mountain burning with fire was cast into the sea: and the third part of the sea became blood;
An asteroid that is approximately one-mile wide will come very close to the Earth on May according to NASA’s Near Earth Object watch. While an asteroid of this size would be cataclysmic if it hit the Earth, this one will pass safely by.
Astéroïde — Wikipédia
The Miguasha paleoestuary by François Miville-Deschênes