Asteroids: Deadly Impact

Ear­li­er this week, we high­light­ed in our col­lec­tion “20 Places to Watch Free Movies Online.” When you dig into their col­lec­tion, you will find some well known, recent films, includ­ing Mor­gan Spur­lock­’s Super Size Me and Nao­mi Wolf’s The End of Amer­i­ca. And then you can also stum­ble upon some worth­while edu­ca­tion­al doc­u­men­taries. Above, we fea­ture “Aster­oids: Dead­ly Impact,” a Nation­al Geo­graph­ic doc­u­men­tary that asks whether the Earth could expe­ri­ence anoth­er cos­mic col­li­sion with an aster­oid (as hap­pened 65 mil­lion years ago), what the after­math might look like, and whether can we do any­thing to pre­vent it. You can find more doc­u­men­taries along these lines in Snag­Films’ Sci­ence and Nature Chan­nel.

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