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Join Shelley Carney and Toby Younis as they share their visit to The National Museum of Nuclear Science and History in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Questions? Send a text to, or leave a voicemail at 866-597-9901 We’ll start the show with them and then take live calls.
See more about our recon to the Denver Museum of Nature and Science on our live stream, 1pm MST, Tuesday, January 23. Q&A to follow presentation. Join us!
Just for the fun of it. Click on the image to enlarge full frame.
Panorama: Meteor Crater, Arizona
On the return trip from the Thanksgiving Vacation Black Canyon Run to my home in New Mexico on I-40, I passed by the infamous Meteor Crater, over 550 feet deep, and about a mile across. Recently, I have been exploring the “Scene:Options:EasyPanorama” function on my Nikon Coolpix L610 and LW110 point-and-shoot cameras and concluded that the crater would made an ideal subject.
So, I made about a one-hour stop, toured the museum, played with the extinction event asteroid simulator, and got the shot above. Click on the thumbnail to see it in its full-sized glory. The damage was done by a rock about 15 meters long traveling around 26,000 kph.
(Surprising how little it would take for the universe to end life on earth as we know it)
Meteor Crater Courtesy of Google Earth