Eye of Quebec

Earth As Art image of Lake Manicouagan, Canada

Detailed Description

Lake Manicouagan, Canada, is one of the Earth's largest and oldest known impact craters. The crater is 65 kilometers (40 miles) wide and is estimated to be about 214 million years old. The lake and island are clearly seen from space and are sometimes called the "Eye of Quebec."

  • Collection: Earth as Art 4
  • Source: Landsat 8
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Image Dimensions: 7801 x 8400

Date Taken:

Location Taken: US