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NASA eyes giant ‘meteorite’ crater beneath Greenland’s ice

FOXNews.com Tuesday, 12 February 2019
NASA eyes giant ‘meteorite’ crater beneath Greenland’s iceNASA scientists have spotted a giant crater beneath Greenland’s ice that may be the result of a massive meteorite smashing into the Earth.
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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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