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Acraman crater

Acraman crater

Acraman crater South Australia , is an impact crater that is believed to have formed 590 million years ago during the Ediacaran period.
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Wolfe Creek Meteorite Crater, Australia

Wolfe Creek Meteorite Crater, Australia

Australia has some of the best examples of meteorite impact sites anywhere in the world and Wolfe Creek Crater, Western Australia, is one of the most spectacular. The floor lies 55 metres below the rim of the crater, and although partly buried by windblown sand, the rim of the crater rises to 25 metres above the surrounding plain.

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Shoemaker crater

Shoemaker crater

Shoemaker crater is a meteor crater in Western Australia. Originally called Teague crater, it was renamed after the late planetary scientist Eugene Shoemaker.
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Pivot Irrigation in South Australia

Pivot Irrigation in South Australia

Pivot irrigation (watering from a central source) has caused these green circles of foliage in brown (dry) areas to the southwest of Mount Gambier, South Australia.
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Mt Gambier, South Australia

Mt Gambier, South Australia

Mount Gambier in South Australia, is an extinct volcano.
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Darwin Crater

Darwin Crater

Darwin Crater was discovered in 1972 by Ramsay J. Ford. The crater lies 26 km south of Queenstown Tasmania.
The crater was formed by a 20 - 50 m diameter asteroid that struck the Earth approximately 730,000 +/- 40,000 years ago.
The crater has a diameter of 1.2km and is 230 metres deep. It was a lake until about 30 000 years ago, today it is filled with sediment. The crater is ass...
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mount Napier, Victoria, Australia

mount Napier, Victoria, Australia

Mount Napier, one of the youngest volcanoes in Australia, is a composite lava shield with a superimposed scoria cone. The cone rises 150 m above the surrounding plains to an elevation of 440 m making it the highest point on the Western District Plains of Victoria. It erupted about 5,290 BC
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Boxhole crater

Boxhole crater

Boxhole crater, Northern Territory, Australia. 170 meters in diameter its estimated to be 54,000 years old, placing it near the end of the Pleistocene.
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Crater in South India

Crater in South India

Check out this crater where there are no reported Meteor or Volcanic craters.
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Nyiragongo Crater

Nyiragongo Crater

This crater is located inside Virunga National Park, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The main crater is about two km (6,562 ft.) wide and usually contains a lava lake. The crater presently has two distinct cooled lava benches within the crater walls - one at about 3175m (10,400 ft) and a lower one at about 2975m (9,800 ft).
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Silverpit crater

Silverpit crater

The Silverpit crater in the North Sea was discovered in 2002 during a seismic oil exploration .
The crater is about 2.4 km wide and surrounded by a set of concentric rings, which extend to about 10 km away from its centre.
Its age is thought to be about 65 million years old, roughly coincident with the formation of the Chicxulub Crater.
The crater currently lies below a ...
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Mount Adams, WA

Mount Adams, WA

From USGS.gov: Mount Adams, one of the largest volcanoes in the Cascade Range (3,742 meters - 12,276 feet), dominates the Mount Adams volcanic field in Skamania, Yakima, Klickitat, and Lewis counties and the Yakima Indian Reservation of south-central Washington.
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