Meteor Crater Arizona

John  Kapusta

Cape Coral, United States

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50,000 years ago a nickel-iron meteorite 150 feet across (50 meters) crashed into the area at 26000+ mph (15,000 kph) creating a crater aprroximately one mile wide (1,200 meters) by 600 feet (170 meters) deep. The amount ofexpanded energy was equal to 10 megatons. This is the best preserved impact crater on the planet. The panorama is three photo selections stitched together using Photoshop Elements. This is another site I can check off my to visit bucket list!

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