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Image Caption: Manicouagan Impact Crater, Quebec, Canada
One of the largest and most famous craters in Canada is Manicouagan.
Lake Manicouagan and Lake Mushalagan, frozen in this image, surround the
central uplift of the crater. The original crater diameter was 100
kilometers and the age has been dated at 214 million years.
Shattercones, striated features found in rocks deformed by the passage
of shock waves, and shattered and brecciated rocks found in the central
uplift confirm the crater's impact origin.