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Second massive meteorite impact crater found under Greenland ice

euronews Wednesday, 13 February 2019
Second massive meteorite impact crater found under Greenland ice"It's exciting that discoveries like that are still possible," NASA glaciologist Joe MacGregor said.
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News video: A Suspected Second Meteorite Impact Crater Found Under Greenland Ice: NASA

▶ A Suspected Second Meteorite Impact Crater Found Under Greenland Ice: NASA 00:54

NASA has found a possible second meteorite crater under Greenland ice.

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