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Please read WP:reliable sources. Commercial websites exist to sell products and, although they may provide other information, they are not acceptable as references for the products they sell. Vsmith (talk) 20:57, 22 July 2015 (UTC)
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Your edit comments states The article in the reference clearly states that the crater is 200 km in diameter, as does this Wikipedia article, further down. Also, removed an unnecessary capitalization.
Wikipedia is never a source, so don't ever claim that as an authority. As for the diameter, the source earlier cited (which seems to have been removed) was a scientific article stating is was "more than 180 kilometers in diameter". The BBC is a popularization site, and as such is likely to round off numbers; I can assure you the crater is not exactly 200 kilometers across. The BBC wrote it that way because their readers don't want to be bothered with pesky details. If there is ever a disagreement between the BBC and a technical publication, the BBC should be ignored. Regards, Tarl N. (discuss) 00:00, 9 June 2017 (UTC)