Morokweng crater beneath the Kalahari Desert, South Africa

Morokweng Crater - Interpreted geology of the Morokweng impact structure. I, outer limit of suevite, melt breccia; II, outer limit of brecciated and faulted basement

The Morokweng crater (or Morokweng impact structure) is an impact crater buried beneath the Kalahari Desert near the town of Morokweng in the North-West Province of South Africa. The Morokweng Crater is close to the border with Botswana. This crater was formed by an asteroid 5-10 km in diameter, and …

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Vredefort Crater – The Largest Impact Crater in the World

Map of Vredefort dome - Oldest & Largest Impact Crate in the world

The Vredefort crater is the largest verified impact crater in the world. It was more than 300 km across when it was formed. It’s also one of the oldest impact craters in the world at around 2 Billion Years old. What remains of it is located in the present-day Free State …

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