• Ariana Gransde posted an update in the group Group logo of DiscoveryDiscovery 1 month ago

    Scientists May Have Found The Crater, 13Km Wide And 17Km Long, Beneath Bolaven Plateau Volcanic Field In Laos, Made By A Meteorite 800,000 Yrs Ago. The Impact Formed The Largest Known Melted Earth Material, Tektite, Field Called Australasian Field, Which Extends From Southern China To South Australia, Covering 10% Of Earth’s Surface.

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  • Ariana Gransde posted an update in the group Group logo of DiscoveryDiscovery 8 months, 1 week ago

    The Crater Left By The Biggest Meteorite To Impact The UK May Have Been Discovered 12 Miles (20 kilometers) West Of The Coast Of Scotland. The 1 Km Crater Is Said To Have Impacted Earth About 1.2 Billion Years Ago When Scotland Was Semi-Arid And Located Near The Equator. The Evidence Of The Impact Was Discovered About 11 Years Ago.

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