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This Lunar and Planetary Institute webpage provides information about the characteristics and formation of impact craters on Earth and the moon. Earth's significant impact craters are described, and the difference in cratering on Earth and moon is explained. Craters on Earth, the moon, and Mars are pictured. The page is illustrated with images of craters, and is nicely organized into a series of questions and answers.
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