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Asia & Russia

 

 
Crater Name
Location
Latitude
Longitude
Diameter (km)
Age (Ma)*
Exposed
Drilled
Target Rock**
Bolide Type***
Russia
N 71° 0'
E 121° 40'
8
40 ± 20
Y
N
S
-
Kazakhstan
N 48° 34'
E 82° 1'
8
5 ± 3
Y
Y
M
-
Kazakhstan
N 49° 10'
E 57° 51'
5.5
46 ± 7
Y
Y
S
-
Russia
N 75° 42'
E 97° 48'
6
< 70
Y
Y
M
-
India
N 25°18'
E 78° 8'
11
1700 - 2100
Y
N
M
-
Russia
N 67° 30'
E 172° 5'
18
3.5 ± 0.5
Y
N
C
Achondrite
Russia
N 48° 26'
E 40° 32'
3
49.0 ± 0.2
N
Y
S
-
Russia
N 61° 58'
E 30° 55'
14
700 ± 5
Y
N
C-Ms
-
Jordan
N 31° 03'
E 36° 48'
5.5
56 - 37
Y
N
S
-
Russia
N 54° 30'
E 36° 12'
15
380 ± 5
N
Y
M
-
Russia
N 48° 21'
E 40° 30'
25
49.0 ± 0.2
N
Y
S
-
Russia
N 69° 6'
E 64° 9'
65
70.3 ± 2.2
N
Y
M
Chondrite
Tajikistan
N 39° 1'
E 73° 27'
52
< 5
Y
N
C
-
Russia
N 54° 55'
E 48° 2'
10
5 ± 1
Y
Y
S
-
Russia
N 51° 42'
E 36° 0'
6
250 ± 80
N
Y
M
-
Russia
N 65° 31'
E 95° 56'
20
40 ± 20
N
N
M
-
India
N 19° 58'
E 76° 31'
1.83
0.052 ± 0.006
Y
Y
C
-
Russia
N 60° 6'
E 117° 35'
0.3
< 0.007
Y
N
S
Iron
Russia
N 58° 43'
E 28° 3'
2.5
300 ± 50
Y
Y
M
-
Russia
N 71° 39'
E 111° 11'
90****
35.7 ± 0.2
Y
Y
M
Chondrite
Russia
N 56° 58'
E 43° 43'
40****
167 ± 3
N
Y
M
-
Russia
N 58° 44'
E 61° 48'
9
46 ± 3
N
Y
M
-
Kazakhstan
N 47° 12'
E 72° 42'
2.8
45 ± 10
Y
Y
C
-
Russia
N 46° 7'
E 134° 40'
0.02
0.000067
Y
N
C
Hexahedrite
Russia
N 46° 18'
E 137° 52'
0.05
< 0.001
Y
Y
M
Iron Meteoritic Material Found
Russia
N 63° 7'
E 33° 23'
16
~ 2400
-
-
C-Ms
-
Mongolia
N 44° 07'
E 109° 39'
1.3
150 ± 20
Y
N
C
-
Saudi Arabia
N 21° 30'
E 50° 28'
0.11
0.00014
Y
Y
S
IIIAB iron
China
N 40° 21'
E 123° 27'
1.8
> 0.05
Y
Y
M
-
Kazakhstan
N 48° 24'
E 60° 58'
14
0.9 ± 0.1
Y
Y
M
Chondrite (Iron?)
 

* pre-1977 K-Ar, Ar-Ar and Rb-Sr ages recalculated using the decay constants of Steiger and Jager (1977) Ages in millions of years (Ma) before present.

** Abbreviations: C - Crystalline Target; C-Ms - Metasedimentary Target; M - Mixed Target (i.e.sedimentary strata overlying crystalline basement); S - sedimentary target (i.e. no crystalline rocks affected by the impact event). From Osinski. G. R., Spray J. G., and Grieve R. A. F. 2007. Impact melting in sedimentary target rocks: A synthesis. In The Sedimentary Record of Meteorite Impacts, Geological Society of America Special Paper. Editors: Evans K. Horton W., King D., Morrow J., and Warme J. Geological Society of America: Boulder, in press.

***
From Koeberl,C. Identification of meteoritic components in impactites. 1998, Koeberl, C. The Geochemistry and Cosmochemistry of Impacts. 2007 and PASSC Files. (IAB, IIIAB, IIIB, IIID - Iron Meteorite)

****This revised diameter is the best estimate for the collapsed transient crater diameter (rim-to-rim dimension). Our previous diameters cited maximum damage diameter estimates. There is considerable confusion in the literature regarding the definition of "diameter". In the Earth Impact Database, we are striving to cite the collapsed transient crater value where possible. This can affect the order of size: for example, Sudbury's maximum damage diameter is ~260 km (as defined by the outermost ring diameter), while that of Chicxulub is ~240 km. However, the rim-to-rim diameter of Sudbury is less than that of Chicxulub's (130 versus 150 km, respectively).

 

 

 

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