The Early Bronze Age Belt Plate from Langstrup, Denmark, ca. 1400 BC. Found in 1879 during peat digging it is the largest and most accomplished of the many Danish Bronze Age belt plates associated with Early Bronze Age burials [1402 x 1309]

The Early Bronze Age Belt Plate from Langstrup, Denmark, ca. 1400 BC. Found in 1879 during peat digging it is the largest and most accomplished of the many Danish Bronze Age belt plates associated with Early Bronze Age burials [1402… Continue Reading

Using airborne radar surveys, scientists found a large impact crater beneath Hiawatha Glacier in northwest Greenland. Crater is 31-kilometers (19.3 miles) wide. They don’t know the age, but believe the impactor was a fractionated iron asteroid at least a kilometer wide.

Using airborne radar surveys, scientists found a large impact crater beneath Hiawatha Glacier in northwest Greenland. Crater is 31-kilometers (19.3 miles) wide. They don’t know the age, but believe the impactor was a fractionated iron asteroid at least a kilometer… Continue Reading