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This is a pair of craters so close to each other that they form one lake, and were long thought to have been formed by a pair of gravitationally bound asteroids, but analysis of the surrounding rock puts them about 180 million years apart. Source.
Posted at 01:54 AM in Canada, Maps, Space | Permalink
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