posted on Jul, 24 2010 @ 05:01 PM
Nice find but that's just a little hole in the ground out in the middle of no where.
Here is a well preserved meteor impact crater:
Berringer Meteor Crater, Arizona
Berringer Crater Info
This was created by a nickel-iron meteorite with a diameter of 50 meters, weighing approximately 300,00 metric tons, traveling @ 28,600 mph. The
crater is 4,000 feet in diameter and roughly 570 feet deep.
What's nice about this one is you don't have to go the the Sahara Desert to see it. The Berringer Crater is located 43 mile east of Flagstaff, AZ
near the town of Winslow.
I've been there and it is quite impressive, with a nice Visitor Center on the north rim.
If you're in Arizona traveling on I-40, its worth the couple hours stop. Have a piece of pie while you're there.
Remember to bring your drivers license, automobile registration, and proof of insurance. No other papers are required.