VIVA – For the first time, scientists have discovered a giant crater because of the collisions of external walls under one of the planetary ice sheets of the Earth.
The 31-kilometer red cross was found in the north of Greenland, formed when asteroids hit Earth and destroyed at least 1 kilometer for our planet to hit 47 million atomic bombs. Incredibly!
"This crater is very well maintained and this is surprising, because ice ice is a very efficient erosive agent that will quickly eliminate its impact," said Professor Kurt H. Kjaer from the GeoGenetics Center at the Danish Museum of Natural History.
This shows that the crater may have been formed relatively recently.
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