An enormous crater that measures 19 miles across has been discovered in Greenland – hidden under an ice sheet. Experts believe it was created by an asteroid that “rocked the Northern Hemisphere” after smashing into Earth as recently as 12,000 years ago. The crater was actually first detected in July 2015, but only now have...
An enormous crater, measuring 19 miles in diameter, has been officially found in Greenland, hidden under the ice. The find was likely caused by an asteroid that hit the Earth "less than 3 million years ago," and is said to have "rocked the Northern Hemisphere."
Pyramiden is a coal-mining town in the Arctic Circle, which has been abandoned for over 20 years. Located in the Svalbard archipelago, between Norway and Greenland, the settlement was acquired by the Soviet Union in the 1920s, and grew to about 1,000 inhabitants in its heyday after World War II.
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