cratere près de raglan TP-9

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Comments (9)

Владлен Кошеленко on September 26, 2008

What is it for? Meteorit? Atomic bomb? Voulcan?

Vianneau McLaughlin on September 28, 2008

it Meteori

Владлен Кошеленко on September 29, 2008

I see (in Panoramio) many holes look like this in North Qvebek. There is oldest stone ground on the Earth. Is there meteorit's dot wich falt during about 4 000 000 000 years?

Lester Kovac on October 2, 2008

It is Pingualuit Crater. You can read more about it on Wikipedia and RASC website.

14MAN02 on November 13, 2008

Nice picture, greetings from germany!!!

guylino on November 25, 2008

minimaliste !

André Bonacin on January 10, 2009


gaslep on February 3, 2009

This is Pingaluit, a crater caused by a meteoritic impact 1,400,000 years ago. Very nice. I have been there couples years ago. You can find Arctic Chars in that lake. Some of them have a big head and a small body. Very special !

Maurizio Stocco on February 14, 2010

all white , beautiful

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Photo taken in Parc National des Pingualuit, Rivière-Koksoak, QC, Canada

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