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09-25-2005, 11:38 PM

i'm searching for some meteor impact holes.
can anybody help me?


09-26-2005, 01:37 AM
Look in Quebec there is a huge one. Zoom out after and using the Impact site as reference turn Quebec upside-down. If Impact is the eye the province looks like a moose head :o)

09-26-2005, 04:07 AM
You can also look first here and than in GE:


09-26-2005, 07:31 AM
Why all the trouble

If you look at http://bbs.keyhole.com/ubb/showthreaded.php?Number=60758 you can download a KMZ file including overlays off all the known meteor impact craters ;)

This guy used the website mentioned by McMaster_de


10-25-2005, 08:35 PM
Here is what I found yesterday. The exact location is available from the
coordinates at the bottom of the images.


10-25-2005, 08:38 PM
Second upload...

10-25-2005, 08:44 PM
Hi, the last pics for today. Not the sharpest because of the limited
file size...


11-12-2005, 04:07 PM
has anyone found the crater on honolulu, hawaii ?
i think its a really good one.
i have it attached

11-12-2005, 11:20 PM
It's the Diamond Head Crater.

The most famous volcanic crater in the world is Diamond Head, located on the South-east Coast of O'ahu at the end of Waikiki overlooking the Pacific Ocean. It was originally named Laeahi by the ancient Hawaiians. The name meant "brow of the tuna" and looking at the silhouette of the crater from Waikiki, you can see the resemblance. The current name came was given to the crater by British sailors in the 1800's. When they first saw the crater at a great distance, the calcite crystals in the lava rock appeared to glimmer in the sunlight. The sailors mistakenly thought there must be diamonds in the soil. Diamond Head is a crater that has been extinct for 150,000 years. The crater is 3,520 feet in diameter with a 760-foot summit. When the United States annexed Hawaii in 1898, harbor defense became a main responsibility. One of the major defense forts, Fort Ruger, occupied the Diamond Head Crater. A battery of canons was located within the crater providing complete concealment and protection from invading enemies. An observation deck was constructed at the summit in 1910 to provide target sighting and a four level underground complex was built within the walls of the crater as a command post. A 580-foot tunnel was dug through the crater wall to provide easier access to the Fort.