Monday, September 27, 2010

Meteor crater found on Google Earth could help prepare for future impacts

The Kamil crater, which is 16 metres deep and 45 metres wide, is deep within the Egyptian desert, and was unknown until it was found using the search engine's satellite images.

Caused by a ten ton mass of iron travelling at more than 12,000kph, it is one of the best preserved sites ever found. READ MORE

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