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Interesting claim from an award-winning science reporter: dinosaurs may have reached the moon before NASA

More than half a century has passed since humanity set foot on the Moon. But dinosaurs may have reached the moon before NASA, according to award-winning science reporter Peter Brannen.

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The Moon, the only satellite on our planet, witnessed the race of the United States and the USSR during the Cold War, and NASA astronaut Neil Armstrong was the first person to set foot on the Moon in 1967.
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But dinosaurs may have reached the moon before NASA, according to award-winning science reporter and science popularizer Peter Brannen.
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Dinosaurs may have reached Earth’s satellite 66 million years ago, according to the Independent report, which included the science reporter’s claim.
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This statement appears in Brannen’s book The End of the World: Volcanic Apocalypses, Lethal Oceans, and Our Quest to Understand Earth’s Past (The End of the World: Volcanic Doomsday, Deadly Oceans, and Our Desire to Understand Earth’s Past).
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The book was published in 2017. However, the claim came to the fore years later, when sportswriter Barry Petchesky mentioned it on Twitter a few days ago.
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According to the book’s claim, debris and ‘dinosaur fragments’, which were blown away by a meteorite impact 66 million years ago, could have mixed into the large amount of earth that was thrown into space and eventually traveled to the Moon.
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However, there is no scientific evidence to support the book’s claims, according to a report by another British newspaper, the Daily Mail, which asked experts about this claim after the topic was on the agenda.

Source: www.ntv.com.tr

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