Gosses Bluff crater, Australia

Gosses Bluff crater, Australia

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Caption: Gosses Bluff crater, seen from spaces. This impact crater is 160 kilometres to the west of Alice Springs, Australia. It is seen between two mountain ranges: the Macdonnell Range (right) and the James Range (left). The crater's central ring of hills, around 4.5 kilometres wide, has a faint outer ring. It is thought that the crater formed when a 1-kilometre-wide meteorite hit the Earth 142 million years ago. Image taken from the International Space Station (ISS).

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