Macha is the name of a group of meteorite craters in the Sakha Republic in Siberia, Russia. The largest measures 300 meters in diameter and is part of a field of 5 craters, the diameters of which range from 60 to 300 meters.
The two largest craters form the pear-shaped Abram Lake while the remaining three are located to the north. They have been very well preserved.
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- Cruzio crater list
- U. Wisc. Green Bay - Impact list
- Discovery of the largest impact crater field on Earth
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