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Henbury meteorite craters

One of Henbury meteorite craters
One of Henbury meteorite craters. / W & S Roddom, Wikimedia Commons / CC BY 2.0

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A group of 13 – 14 meteorite craters with a diameter from 7 to 180 m, up to 15 m deep. Here have been found several tonnes of meteorites. Formed some 4,200 years ago.

4.6 out of 10 stars 45.8%

GPS coordinates
24.5728 S 133.1468 E
Location, address
Australia and Oceania, Australia, Northern Territory, MacDonnell Region, Ghan

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