meteor\ crater

meteoriidikraater

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  • Meteor Crater — Cratère Barringer Vue aérienne du Meteor Crater. Localisation Coordonnées …   Wikipédia en Français

  • METEOR CRATER — Parmi les cratères météoritiques, le Meteor Crater, ou cratère Barringer, en Arizona (États Unis), fut l’un des plus controversés. Ce cratère, de 1 200 mètres de diamètre sur 175 mètres de profondeur, présente un certain nombre de caractères qui… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Meteor Crater — ▪ crater, Arizona, United States also called  Barringer Meteorite Crater,  Coon Butte,  Arizona Meteor Crater,  or  Canyon Diablo,         rimmed, bowl shaped pit produced by a large meteorite in the rolling plain of the Canyon Diablo region, 19… …   Universalium

  • Meteor Crater —   [ miːtjə kreɪtə, englisch], Arizona Krater, Canyon Diablo Krater [ kænjən dɪ æbləʊ ], Meteoritenkrater im zentralen Arizona, USA, 200 km nordöstlich von Phoenix; Einschlagtrichter eines Meteoriten, der in prähistorischer Zeit niederging;… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Meteor Crater — For meteorite created craters in general, see Impact crater. Barringer Crater redirects here. For the crater on the Moon, see Barringer (lunar crater). Meteor Crater Also known as Barringer Crater …   Wikipedia

  • meteor crater — noun also meteorite crater : a depression in the earth s surface produced by the impact of a large meteorite * * * meteor crater noun A crater formed by the fall of a meteor • • • Main Entry: ↑meteor …   Useful english dictionary

  • Meteor Crater. — See Crater Mound. * * * …   Universalium

  • Meteor Crater. — See Crater Mound …   Useful english dictionary

  • Meteor Crater — Barringer Krater in Arizona Am Wall des Barringer Kraters …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Odessa Meteor Crater — Coordinates: 31°45′22.02″N 102°28′44.06″W / 31.7561167°N 102.4789056°W / 31.7561167; 102.4789056 …   Wikipedia

  • Odessa Meteor Crater — ▪ crater, Texas, United States       shallow, cone shaped impact crater in the High Plains just southwest of Odessa, Texas, U.S., produced by a meteorite. It is about 17 feet (5 metres) deep and 560 feet (170 metres) in diameter; its rim rises… …   Universalium

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