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|Forty kilometers north of Pretoria lies a ring of hills a kilometer in diameter and 100 meters high. These hills are the walls of an impact crater left by an asteroid which hit there some 200 000 years ago. The Tswaing crater is similar in size to the well-known Barringer meteor crater in Arizona. The crater walls at Tswaing were originally about twice as high as they are today.||07/13/2005||1,327|
|This seems to be a relatively new meteor crater on the west coast of Western Sahara.||03/15/2007||2,108|
|I think it's not a volcano crater but a meteor crater. diameter: 7 km||12/07/2006||2,267|
|Shoemaker crater is a meteor crater in Western Australia. Originally called Teague crater, it was renamed after the late planetary scientist Eugene Shoemaker.||10/04/2005||973|
|Check out this crater where there are no reported Meteor or Volcanic craters.||08/26/2005||1,208|
|What looks like a huge crater in Kazakhstan, be it from a meteor, a nuke, or nothing at all.||02/15/2007||434|
|Tenoumer is a meteor crater in Mauritania.|
It is 1.9 km in diameter and the age is estimated to be 21,400 ▒ 9,700 years placing it in the Pleistocene. The crater is exposed to the surface.
|This aerial view looks west over the 250-meter-deep circular lake that fills the New Quebec Crater, a relatively large, well-preserved crater. The interior topography of the crater is covered by lake sediments that inhibit a determination of whether the structure has a small central uplift. The rocks involved in this impact event are ancient and strongly deformed gneisses of the Precambrian shi...||08/12/2005||1,470|
|This is NOT a crater. It does not match any terrain that surrounds it, and the highlights of the light are opposed to those found in the surrounding craters which means this in rising into the air and not sinking into the ground. There are no Hard edges to define this shape as solid as the craters around it and it is visible from very far away. You may not care for the 4 lights found close b...||03/24/2010||663|
|This is a 20 mile round trip hike on the Ohlone Widerness Trail in the San Francisco Bay area. The jike took place on 6 May 2006 and had more than 5,700 feet of climbing.|
The KMZ file contains a GPS generated hiking route and 11 different photo links.
Here is a web page that describes the hike and has additional pictures:
|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).||04/03/2011||580|
A SELECTION OF OVER 60 METEORCRATERS AND IMPACTS ON EARTH