Major geological discovery comes during Ham Lake fire
The recent Ham Lake fire was impressive.
But it was nothing compared to what happened when a meteorite slammed into Earth at present-day Sudbury, Ontario, 1.85 billion years ago.
The blast created a crater more than 150 miles across, scattering rock and dust over nearly a million square miles. A superheated cloud darkened the sky.
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