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Aerial Radar Image - Sudbury crater is the large depression middle left. Wanapitei crater is the dark lake middle right. cm.

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Geophysical evidence is in the form of a circular gravity low of ~15 mgal, documented in this Bouguer gravity anomaly map (Note 7). The low is observed over the north-central, island free area of the lake. This gravity anomaly reinforces the meteoritic origin of this structure similar to other structures ( West Hawk, Brent) that have been identified as impact events by similar gravity anomalies. cm.


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