Huge Meteorite Crater Discovered in Sahara
A Boston University researcher has discovered a huge crater created by a meteorite strike in the Sahara Desert that measures 19 miles across. His discovery could answer some questions about a major geological mystery.
Alex Chadwick speaks with Farouk El-Baz, the director of Boston University's Center for Remote Sensing, about his find.
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