Tag: Crater

800,000 years ago, a meteorite hit the earth, but the location of the crater was not found until last year

If the planet is the protagonist of this picture, then asteroids and meteorites are embellishments. They do not emit light, but they are also part of the cosmic celestial system. There is enough evidence that 800,000 years ago, a meteorite with a diameter of more than 1 km hit the earth. However, scientists could not find where the crater was, and could only hold a few broken meteorites to meditate.


ESA probe captures breathtaking Martian giant ice lake

According to foreign media BGR reports, the ESA”Mars Express” (Mars Express) (Mars Express) (Mars Express) probe captured an image of a huge impact crater on the Martian north pole. ESA used the data collected from this mission to create a virtual video of the region flying over. This Martian lake is about 50 miles in diameter and has a water depth of more than one mile.


Nishinoshima volcano eruption in the Ogasawara Islands, Tokyo, Japan

On the 3rd local time, the Japan Meteorological Agency said that the meteorological satellites have observed continuous eruption of smoke from Nishinoshima, Ogasawara Archipelago, Tokyo, and confirmed that the smoke emitted is up to 4,700 meters. This is the highest level of smoke eruption since Nishinoshima volcanic activity was active in 2013.