The northwestern ice-sheet margin in Inglefield Land, where the impact crater was discovered beneath the semi-circular ice margin. Image: Natural History Museum of Denmark
Large meteorite crater on Greenland discovered - Earth short science news

Buried beneath Greenland’s ice sheet, in the northwest, is a huge meteorite crater, scientists found. The size of the meteorite must have been around 1 km in diameter, creating a crater with a diameter of 31 km. This size places the crater in the top 25 of craters ever found on Earth. The crater is surprisingly well conserved, considering that the glacier that is covering it has huge erosive power. Therefore, scientists think that the meteorite impacted relatively recently, but the exact date is still to be determined.

Read the full story: National History Museum of Denmark
Scientific publication: Science Advances