Greenland may have another massive crater hiding under its ice

It’s near a giant depression found last year, but the two probably aren’t related

Greenland ice sheet

BURIED SECRETS  Greenland’s vast ice sheet (illustrated) may hide at least two large impact craters. A new study describes a possible crater spanning more than 36 kilometers across.

NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio

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