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If, as Stewart and Allen believe, a seven-million-tonne, 120m-wide object struck the Earth at 20km/s, the local rocks should show evidence of melting and metamorphism.
In addition, any impact would have thrown material out over a large area. These ejecta, which take very distinctive forms, may yet turn up at locations in the UK and Scandinavia.