Witness The Day The Asteroid Struck In Jaw-Dropping Virtual Reality! (360 Video)

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At the beginning of the 20th century, an asteroid the size of the White House was moving past Earth on its way to nowhere in particular. But as it had done for billions of years, with a billion other space rocks, our earth reached out and began pulling it toward us. Best guesses put that asteroid at between 30 and 50 meters across. If you had to walk all the way around it it would have taken you about eight minutes. For months, it continued toward us, gaining speed. By the time it hit our atmospherem it was doing at least 40,000 kilometers per hour… but probably a lot more. At that speed and size, it pierced our atmosphere. It was moving so fast that the air became an impenetrable wall. The massive meteor smashed into this wall of air and exploded like a hydrogen bomb. Imagine what that would have looked like from the ground. The debris cloud from the Tunguska event eventually destroyed an area over 2,000 square kilometers of forest. That’s an area as large as the City of London. It’s estimated that an event as large as Tunguska happens roughly every 500 years It WILL happen again.

 

100 Responses

  1. Leon Davis

    September 5, 2019 7:54 am

    I remember playing on the n64 as a kid. Now I'm 3d viewing armageddon on my futuristic smartphone. Still waiting for fly cars though.

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  2. egg Dumpling

    September 9, 2019 11:21 am

    I bet the asteroid was actually a scrunching from the VSCO girl gods and a message to say to the Dino’s to say use metal straws and stop eating turtles!!!

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  3. Martian Martin

    October 10, 2019 3:38 am

    Holy sh*t dude, I was not ready for this video to be interactive. I thought it was the weed making me trip out lol. Extremely cool. I'm glad I experienced this, wow.

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  4. Cezar Garcia

    October 23, 2019 1:45 am

    Everytime "milions of years" is mentioned anywhere, I am completely turn off………… See what CGI can do? It can change history, science and everything based on the whims and carpices of the maker of whatever. Don't believe this shit. This is all CRAP!

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  5. Derek Wall

    November 10, 2019 2:52 pm

    if you were between 600-900 miles from ground 0 when impact occurred you would have been burned to death from the heat blast alone. if you were standing 1000-1500 miles away you would see the light from the impact.

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  6. Peter Foster

    November 13, 2019 8:03 pm

    The world is lost. I’ve just sat through one advert after another with nothing but LGBTQWERTY. Lunatics and anti-democrats running the political asylum, and political correctness gone WAY off the scale, and I really believe we need a reboot.
    Roll on a MASSIVE meteor ……….. REBOOT !!

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  7. Kaarthiek Lamrod

    November 23, 2019 11:15 am

    Me: 1:02 see a star in day
    Me: 1:06 oh! This is a shooting star make a wish can I live for one Eternity
    Also Me: 1:10

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