Tin Bider crater, satellite image

Tin Bider crater, satellite image

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Caption: Tin Bider crater, satellite image. The Tin Bider meteor impact crater (white, centre) is situated in Algeria and is thought to have been formed less than 70 million years ago, during the Cretaceous period or later. It measures approximately 6 kilometres in diameter.

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