Talk:Beaverhead crater

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No. Just, no.[edit]

Beaverhead is NOT one of the largest craters on earth. I don't know WHO thought that up. Vredefort Crater is the largest verified crater on Earth. --192.55.208.10 (talk) 04:53, 9 October 2009 (UTC)

It's #15 in the List of Impact Craters on Earth. 66.232.250.154 (talk) 06:50, 9 February 2013 (UTC)

Add Crater Infobox?[edit]

Someone may want to apply crater template {{Infobox crater | crater_name = {{PAGENAME}} | image_crater = | alt_crater = | caption_crater = | image_bathymetry = | crater_name = {{SUBST:PAGENAME}} | caption_bathymetry = | location = | coords = {{coord|89|59|59|N|179|59|59|W|region:ZZ_type:waterbody|display =inline,title}} | type = | basin_countries = | length = | width = | area = | depth = | max-depth = | volume = | rim = | elevation = | cities = | reference = }}

Crater characteristics

--YakbutterT (talk) 23:25, 18 February 2010 (UTC)