This Impact Crater Was Likely Ground Zero for an Ancient Mega-Tsunami on Mars

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The meteor that spawned that ancient flood probably blasted out Lomonosov Crater, a 75-mile-wide (120 kilometers) hole in the ground in the icy plains of the Martian Arctic, a new study reports. READ MORE…

Jennie Wadsworth