Clearwater Lakes, Canada

Clearwater Lakes, Canada

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This image is part of the feature Biggest Craters In The Solar System

Credit: NASA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Clearwater Lakes. Landsat 7 satellite image in infrared and visible light of Clearwater Lakes, Quebec, Canada. Water is dark blue, vegetation is green and bare land is pink. These twin lakes have formed in a double impact crater. It is thought the impactor was a binary asteroid that collided with Earth approximately 290 million years ago.

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