- Lunar Crater National Natural Landmark
Lunar Crater National Natural Landmark is located 70 miles east-northeast of Tonopah in
Nye County, Nevada. A 400-acre depression that is thought to have been formed by a past volcanicexplosion, and one of two maars in the volcanic field of the Pancake Range. It was designated a National Natural Landmarkin 1973.
* [http://www.nature.nps.gov/nnl/Registry/USA_Map/States/Nevada/NNL/LC/index.cfm National Park Service - Lunar Crater National Natural Landmark]
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