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Arizona Meteor Crater Panoramic Photos
Arizona Meteor Crater Panoramic
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Arizona Meteor Crater Images
Arizona Meteor Crater
Formed when a piece of an Asteroid slammed into the earth at some 26,000 miles per hour.
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Arizona Meteor Crater
Forming a crater 2.4 miles in circumference and more than 500 feet deep, its estimated the collison released the explosive force of some 20 million tons of TNT.
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Arizona Meteor Crater Pictures
Arizona Meteor Crater
Billed as the most well known best preserved meteorite crater on earth.
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Arizona Meteor Crater
The impact occurred some 50,000 years ago during the Pleistocene epoch.
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Pictures of Arizona Meteor Crater
Arizona Meteor Crater
Forming a crater 2.4 miles in circumference and more than 500 feet deep, its estimated the collison released the explosive force of some 20 million tons of TNT.
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Arizona Meteor Crater
The rim of the crater rises 150 feet above the surrounding desert plains.
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Arizona Meteor Crater
It would have been a bad day for the Woolly Mammoths that inhabited what was grasslands at the time.
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Arizona Meteor Crater Photos
Arizona Meteor Crater
Billed as the most well known best preserved meteorite crater on earth.
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Arizona Meteor Crater Images
Arizona Meteor Crater
It would have been a bad day for the Woolly Mammoths that inhabited what was grasslands at the time.
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Stock photography of Arizona Meteor Crater
Arizona Meteor Crater
Forming a crater 2.4 miles in circumference and more than 500 feet deep, its estimated the collison released the explosive force of some 20 million tons of TNT.
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see also
| Antelope Slot Canyon | Coyote Buttes The Wave | Hoover Dam |

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Asteroid, Asteroids, Craters, Flagstaff, Meteorite, Meteorites, Meteors

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| American Southwest Meteor Crater Page | Meteor Crater Website | Wikipedia |

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