Scientists think they’ve found evidence of Theia, the planet that collided with Earth to create our moon
Among the most likely theories about the formation of the Earth’s moon is that a small-ish Mars sized planet, one of many in the early solar system, crashed into Earth at an angle, and the resulting catastrophic destruction created a disk of dust, rock and other debris around the Earth, which then quickly coalesced into the gray ball we now see in the night sky. This theory had been supported by lunar rock chemistry, but now scientists have gone even further, using lunar samples taken from the Apollo missions and examined them under electron microscopes, and the theory still holds up.
Beautiful live stream of HD earth viewing cameras or watch the sinister NSA watch the world. You decide.