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Wolfe Creek Meteorite Crater Rim Panorama
This panorama was shot on the rim of the (in)famous Wolfe Creek Meteorite Crater around noontime. Some bushfire can be seen in the distance opposite direction of the crater. Also, you can notice some burnt bushes on the rim of the crater. The meteorite hit the Earth about 300.000 years ago.
Copyright: Gabor Varga
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11080x5540
Taken: 27/11/2013
Uploaded: 07/03/2016


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