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(MPR News)   One of the rarest of all geological finds, a meteorite crash site, has been uncovered in a suburb of the Twin Cities   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Geology, Impact crater, Tunguska event, Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota, Dakota County, Minnesota, Impact event, geologist Julia Steenberg, disrupted area  
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2021-05-17 11:25:42 PM  
"It's really exciting and new," geologist Julia Steenberg says.

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2021-05-18 7:06:45 AM  
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This is about fifty miles east of the suburb in TFA.
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