astrobleme

(from Greek astron, blema, `star wound`), remains of an ancient meteorite-impact structure on the Earth`s surface, generally in the form of a ... [3 related articles]
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astrobleme

A circular erosional feature that has been ascribed to the impact of a meteorite or comet.
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Astrobleme

A terrestrial crater over 10km in diameter formed by the impact of an extraterrestrial body.
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Astrobleme

An ancient circular scar on Earth's surface produced by the impact of a meteorite or comet. Use our
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astrobleme

astrobleme (ăs'trōblēm") , large, circular structure ranging from c. 1/2 mi to 40 mi (.8–64 km) in diameter. Astroblemes are found at numerous places on the earth's surface, e.g., Meteor, or Barringer, Crater in Arizona, Brent Crater in Ontario, and Vredefort Ring in ...
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astrobleme

Manicougan Crater, Quebec, Canada An eroded impact crater on Earth of which about 150 are known. Among the largest are the 200-km-wide Sudbury Crater in Ontario, Canada, and the 180-km-wide Chicxulub Crater which extends into the Gulf of Mexico. While some astroblemes are almost 2 billion years...
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astrobleme

scar on the earth's surface from meteorite impact
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