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Manicouagan Impact Crater, Quebec, Canada
It is the Manicouagan Crater, in Quebec, Canada.
(N 51° 23′, W 68° 42′)
Is it a coincidence that you publish this after yesterday’s post of the Ries crater at the Nasa Earth Observatory weekletter? 😉
Manicouagan Reservoir, with René-Levasseur Island in the middle, in Quebec, Canada.
Also known as the Eye of Quebec.
Manicouagan Reservoir, Quebec, Canada
Reservoir Manicouagan – just west of the road from Baie Comeau, QC to Labrador City, NF.
Manicougan Reservoir in Quebec, Canada
Manicouagan Reservoir in Quebec, 51°23?N 68°42?W. Formed from an asteroid impact.
Manicouagan Reservoir, Quebec, Canada. Circular formation is due to an asteroid impact, and is the 5th largest crater known on Earth.
Got it – it’s a meteor crater, Lake Manicouagan in Quebec.
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