Stevens Range, a large effluent flow created when the Rim was breached by entry debris, while the impact zone medium was still liquid.

Stevens Range, the curser is pointing to an Island still venting heat from the event.

The indentation from a large droplet of entry mud, landing then 'peeling away' from the surface, due to the rotation of the Earth.

The indentation from a large droplet of entry mud, landing then 'peeling away' from the surface, due to the rotation of the Earth.

Who'd of thought Alice Springs would be the "Belly Button" of the Earth? 23°41’58.44”S     133°52’46.29”E

Who'd of thought Alice Springs would be the "Belly Button" of the Earth?

Uluru, on a 'global scale', is the size of a grain of sugar.

Uluru, on a 'global scale', is the size of a grain of sugar.

Kajuligan Reserve, North of Cobar, a true 'meteor impact site' 9Kms long by 18Kms wide. 30°36’06.37”S     145°44’14.82”E

Kajuligan Reserve, North of Cobar, a true 'meteor impact site' long by wide.

Tasmania, formed from a single droplet of entry mud, landing then flattening out on impact.

Tasmania, formed from a single droplet of entry mud, landing then flattening out on impact.

A large area (over 500Kms wide) sheared away, after being struck by sharp edged 'exit debris'.

A large area (over wide) sheared away, after being struck by sharp edged 'exit debris'.

Daryl's Cube, 08°51’20.90”S     164°09’15.99”W evidence of exit debris being dragged across the Earth's surface.

Daryl's Cube, evidence of exit debris being dragged across the Earth's surface.

Remnant of the coalescence cascade (30Kms in diameter) laying on the red landscape of outback Australia.

Remnant of the coalescence cascade in diameter) laying on the red landscape of outback Australia.


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