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Newly published research shows a massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico was even worse than experts thought CBS is Peter king university of Miami researchers say the huge B. P. oil spill spread to Texas and near South Florida well beyond the foot prints shown by satellite images they say the oil was invisible the satellites and other imaging computer modeling shows that the entire spill was thirty percent larger than originally believed after it happened nearly ten years