Wolfe Creek Tektites ROF20
These are examples of Wolfe Creek Tektite Weight 30 grams
It is estimated that the meteorite that formed it was about 15 metres (49 ft) in diameter and had a mass of about 17,000 tonnes; the crater is estimated to be less than 120,000 years old, placing the event in the Pleistocene. Location: Wolfe Creek Meteorite Crater National ... Diameter: 875 m (2,871 ft) The Wolfe Creek meteorite crater was only discovered by Europeans during an aerial survey in 1947. However, it has long been known to Aboriginal people, who called it Kandimalal, and tell of two rainbow snakes who formed the nearby Sturt and Wolfe Creeks as they crossed the desert.
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