EDM craters

Hexagonal craters

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Hexagonal craters. How can the hexagon shape be formed due to meteor/asteroid impacts? How are irregular polygons and similar angles of the crater rim be formed in very different local conditions from very different asteroid types? Hexagonal craters on Earth, planets, moons and asteroids Hexagonal craters shape formation They look to be created as a …

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Pluto craters

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Pluto, suggested to be composed of ice and rock with its surface a massive 98% nitrogen ice, has revealed more craters that look like craters found on other planets, our Moon, moons, asteroids and active asteroids (comets). These other space bodies in our solar system are not made of the the same material, have a …

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Ammonia crater: in or from Charon?

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Large amounts of frozen ammonia have been detected in and around the area of a crater on Pluto’s satellite moon Charon. Other amounts of ammonia are found nearby. A general detection of ammonia had been found previously but not in a defined location. A similar sized crater nearby does not have any ammonia in it …

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Pluto’s pits or EDM crater chains?

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Crater chains are suggested to be formed by the break up and impact of asteroids. Electric Universe theory (EU theory) suggests that the multiple craters and the crater alignment are the likely result of electromagnetic discharges perhaps like EDM (Electric Discharge Machining or spark machining, spark eroding). Could the mysterious Carolina Bays with their strange …

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Hyperion not destroyed by impacts?

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If Hyperion, the large strange moon of Saturn, has a density so low that science suggests it is made of ice then how did it survive all those multiple impacts that cover its surface? Hyperion is one of our solar system’s most intriguing objects. One reason is its unusually low density. Although it’s the largest …

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