Shoemaker Impact Structure Australia
The Shoemaker Impact Structure in Australia (previously referred to as Teague Ring and renamed in honor of the late geologist Eugene Shoemaker). The precise age of the impact is unknown, but it is estimated between 1000 and 600 million years ago. The structure is 30 km in diameter.NASA/GSFC/METI/Japan Space Systems/U.S./Japan ASTER Science Team
Shoemaker Impact Structure Australia
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The Shoemaker Impact Structure in Australia (previously referred to as Teague Ring and renamed in honor of the late geol
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