Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Henbury meteorite craters

A group of 13 – 14 meteorite craters with a diameter from 7 to 180 m, up to 15 m deep. Here have been...

Boxhole crater

Well visible impact crater, with a diameter of 170 m. Formed some 5,400 years ago. Location, GPS coordinates: 22.6127 S 135.1953 E Categories: Impact craters Values: Geology, Visual Rating: Where is located? Australia...

Chicxulub crater

An ancient impact crater, with a diameter more than 180 km. One of the largest impact craters on Earth. It was shaped 65 million...

Lonar crater

Lonar crater is unique impact structure - the only large impact crater in basalt on Earth with unusual soda lake in it. Description Lonar crater has...

Lake Tele

If there exists middle of nowhere, Lake Tele is there. At least for humans, because the environment here is extremely hostile to them. Many other...

10 most impressive meteorite craters of the world

List of 10 most impressive meteorite craters Meteorite craters here have been listed by the visual impression which they create on visitors. For this these...

Carancas crater

The first impact crater whose formation was observed by people in modern times was Carancas crater in Peru. It formed in the 15th September...

Kamil crater

The best preserved small impact crater (a crater with a diameter less than 300 m) is Kamil crater in Egypt. Discovery This amazing natural formation was...

Tswaing crater

People have been living at Tswaing crater for more than 100,000 years but only in 1990 it was proved that this is impact crater. Meteoroid Some...

Amguid crater

One of the best-preserved impact craters on Earth - Amguid crater in Algeria - is also one of hardest to access. Some travelers report...