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Name

KARA

StatusConfirmed
Country Russia
CoordinatesLat. N 69°05' Long.E 64°18'
Diameter km 65.0
Age Ma or date 70.3 ±2.2
Synonyms Karskay
Remarks It has been claimed that Ust-Kara impact structure doesn't exist and suevite outcrops of Ust-Kara are part of Kara structure. However, the most recent rumor tells that Usk-Kara is visible in geophysical data as a separate structure. Impactor: chondrite
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References
Basilevsky 1978 Basilevsky A.T., Granovsky L.B. and Ivanov B.A., "Grain Size Distribution and Relative Length of Fragments in Allogene Breccias of the Meteoritic Craters Janisjarvi, Karelia, and Kara, The Polar Ural.", LPSC IX abstracts p.47-49 (1978)
CoM 1985 Graham, Bevan and Hutchison, ''Catalogue of Meteorites'', 4th Edition, (1985).
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Hodge 1994 Hodge, Paul W., ''Meteorite craters and impact structures of the Earth'', book, 122 pp, Cambridge University Press (1994)
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Masaitis 1975 Masaitis V.L., Sov. Geol., no.11, p.52 (1975)
Maslov 1977 Maslov M.A., Meteoritika, Vol.36, p.123 (1977)
Simonds 1977 Simonds C.H., Phinney W.C. and Warner J.L., "Effect of Water on Cratering: A Review of Craters and Impactities on the Earth, Moon and Mars", LSC VIII abstracts p.874-876 (1977)
Öhman 2010 Öhman T., Salminen J.M., Badjukov D.D., Bäckström A., Pesonen, L.J. and Raitala J., "Kara impact structure: preliminary paleomagnetic, rock magnetic and petrophysical results", NGF Abstracts and Proceedings, no. 1, p.215 (2010)
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