posted on Nov, 13 2014 @ 01:01 PM
originally posted by: Osiris1953
a reply to: nighthawk1954
I really don't know what to make of this in general. So far the given list of possible explanations doesn't satisfy me. Thanks for posting this... I
liked being able to see inside the mystery crater.
I see on one side of the crater, a shallow, continuous depression that I may contribute to water flow.
On the opposite side of the crater, I see a small body of water.
It might stand to reason to me that the aforementioned 'stream' I'll call it, used to supply that body of water, and may still through ground
If this is the case, I might put money on a small meteor landing precisely in this 'stream's path.
It looks to me that this area is heavily saturated with water. Drop a rock into some heavily-saturated mud. It will create a similar hole.
After some few thousand years ( or whatever ) erosion and such may have trimmed away a bit of the impacts effects, but I personally believe it's clear
that this was a meteor strike, and that the ice could simply be a result of that 'stream' being interrupted. I would be very curious what lies beneath
the ice in question.
Also looks to me like the crater meets up rather well ( if not perfectly ) with where the water line would be in a higher 'tide'.
13-11-2014 by DigitalJedi805 because: (no reason given)