A Massive Impact Crater Has Been Detected Beneath Greenland’s Ice Sheet

I guess there’s some ‘good’ resulting from the loss of the glaciers?

The location of the 19-mile-wide (31 kilometers) impact crater in northwestern Greenland. Image: The Natural History Museum of Denmark

An unusually large asteroid crater measuring 19 miles wide has been discovered under a continental ice sheet in Greenland. Roughly the size of Paris, it’s now among the 25 biggest asteroid craters on Earth.

Source: A Massive Impact Crater Has Been Detected Beneath Greenland’s Ice Sheet

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