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August 12, 2019 03:11PM
Koeberl, C. and Ferrière, L., 2019. Libyan Desert Glass
area in western Egypt: Shocked quartz in bedrock points
to a possible deeply eroded impact structure in the region.
Meteoritics & Planetary Science. (Open Access paper)

"We interpret these observations to indicate that there
was a physical impact event, not just an airburst, and
that the crater has been almost completely eroded
since its formation."


Paul H.

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Libyan Desert Glass associated with shocked quartz (Open Access paper)

Paul H. August 12, 2019 03:11PM

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