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Unusual new impact crater discovered on Mars

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David Thomson

Or maybe it was a megabolt of lightning?

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Dark_Grey
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*delete*

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Dark_Grey
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How much have these images been edited? That "ice" is unusually blue for simple frozen water. It looks like the contrast has been increased.

The impact site looks like someone dropped a solid steel anvil from orbit. Possible an iron meteorite?

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third_eye

It was Iron Man, that Tony?  Tony Stank? 

Anyways, don't say heard it from me... 

Seriously...  No... 

~

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thelion318

This is clearly the result of a class III tungsten core probe used by the Xarbutens from about 240,000 years ago while in search of rare Moscovium deposits. You can tell by then leftover center core. The class IV type left no such evidence.

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SmartAZ

Reporters always assume that every crater is an impact crater. That is a mistake. Some craters are made by lightning.

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