|Sleeping God of the Yucatan Photographed|
|Posted By: poena.dare #CP# >BS<||Date: 3/7/03 10:58 a.m.|
A high-resolution map from NASA's Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM), released yesterday, has provided the most telling visible evidence to date of a 112-mile (180-kilometer) wide, 3,000-foot (900-meter) deep impact crater, the result of a collision with a giant comet or asteroid on one of Earth's all-time worst days.
"Dinosaur-Killer" Asteroid Crater Imaged for First Time
Shuttle Radar Topography Mission
Now that I look at it... they should have inserted the Special Forces team by boat.
|Sleeping God of the Yucatan Photographed||poena.dare #CP# >BS<||3/7/03 10:58 a.m.|
|Re: Sleeping God of the Yucatan Photographed||Blacksmith||3/7/03 1:54 p.m.|
|HOW MANY SEAT IN AIEEE *NM* !!!!!!!!!!!||Andrew Nagy||3/8/03 1:52 p.m.|
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