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NASA spots signs of 22-MILE-WIDE crater buried beneath Greenland ice sheet

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NASA spots signs of 22-MILE-WIDE crater buried beneath Greenland ice sheetA NASA glaciologist spotted signs of the crater in northwest Greenland just 114 miles from the recently-discovered crater beneath the Hiawatha Glacier while scouring satellite imagery.
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News video: NASA spots 22-mile-wide crater beneath Greenland ice

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Researchers have discovered what may be another massive crater below Greenland's ice sheets, NASA announced on Monday.

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