Star Trails at Wolfe Creek Crater

By: John Goldsmith


Region: Australia and Pacific

Site: Wolfe Creek - Australia


Stars swirl above Wolfe Creek Meteorite Crater, recognized as the second largest meteorite crater in the world from which meteorite fragments have been recovered. The meteorite crater is approximately 900 meters in diameter and is located about 130 km south of Halls Creek, Western Australia. In this image, the crater is illuminated by strong moonlight during a one hour photographic exposure. John Goldsmith.

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