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Manicouagan
Manicouagan crater, Quebec, Canada is visible in the background. Submitted by Chuck Simmonds 32. Dworak, U., Shock metamorphism of the anorthosite from Manicouagan crater, Quebec,
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80 Moby-Dick Herman Melville (1819-1891) Amer
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18. Manicouagan Impact Crater, Quebec, Canad
Produced by an asteriod impact some 200 million years ago, the concentric structure of the Manicouagan Crater results from the shock waves transmitted by the impact event.
www.lpi.usra.edu

Travel Planner for United States and Canadian
An A-Z Index of the U.S./Canadian Parks Web Site from your About Guide
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Topography of the Manicouagan Crater, Quebec
Manicouagan Crater is one of the world’s largest and oldest known impact craters and perhaps the one most readily apparent to astronauts in orbit.
earthobservatory.nasa.gov

CBC.CA - Seven Wonders of Canada - Your Nomi
I wish to nominate Canada`s own Manicouagan Meteorite Crater in northern Quebec. It is the largest preserved impact crater on Earth.
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Catalog Page for PIA03385
A fine pattern of topographic striations trending south-southeast, most prominent within the crater itself, indicates the flow direction PIA03385: Anaglyph, Manicouagan Crater, Quebec,
photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov

Campground Reviews Submitted by Viewers - A-Z
Read from hundreds of campground reviews sent in by fellow campers.
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Catalog Page for PIA03384
PIA03384: Stereo Pair, with Topographic Height as Color, Manicouagan Crater, Quebec, Canada
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