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Possible second impact crater under Greenland ice found: NASA

DNA Tuesday, 12 February 2019
A NASA scientist has discovered a possible second impact crater, with a width of over 36 kilometres (km), buried under ice in northwest Greenland, the US space agency said Tuesday.
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NASA has found a possible second meteorite crater under Greenland ice.

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