Asteroid with diamonds in Sudan came from an extinct planet equal to Mars.

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Meteorito con diamantes en sudan

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The asteroid came from an extinct planet the size of Mars.
In 2008 Sudan was the protagonist of an unusual event on earth, as an asteroid hit our planet right there, but the celestial body was full of high-pressure diamonds. The news came as a surprise to everyone and from that moment on the relevant research began to determine where the asteroid came from and how it had so many diamonds in its composition.

After an electronic microscopic examination of transmission carried out by scientists from the Federal Polytechnic School of Lausanne, it was determined that the asteroid was part of an extinct planet, which was destroyed during the creation of the solar system, for this reason is so strange to the eyes of experts and possessed a good amount of diamonds with high voltage formation, a property quite foreign to our planet.

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The asteroid was made up of nano-sized diamonds
The meteorite exploded in the Nubian desert in Sudan, the distance was about 37 kilometres before the debris partially impacted the desert. The asteroid was called 2008 TC3 and had no more than 4 meters in diameter, but the work of the experts was very complicated, at least until finally, almost 10 years later, they managed to prove its origin. In addition, the technicians in charge of the studies discovered that the asteroid was composed of a material rare on earth and that it formed diamonds with a nanometric size.

It is believed that diamonds could have been formed for 3 reasons, each more likely than the other:
Shock of celestial bodies
Static pressure
Chemical vapours
Scientists are now looking for a way to find out what that extinct planet was and why it was destroyed. Many people even mentioned that it was Nibiru, but the idea was quickly dismissed, as it is believed that the exoplanet is even twice the earth’s size and the destroyed celestial body may have been similar to Mars in size.

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