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Ubehebe Crater in Death Valley by Guy Loughridge

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Guy Loughridge Guy Loughridge
Explore score
31
Size
0.25 Gigapixels
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1783
Date added
Mar 04, 2014
Date taken
Feb 11, 2014
Categories
geology, landscape, travel
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See a Spherical, Virtual Reality view at: www.loughridge.com/ubehebe Will open in a new tab or window/
This is a 360 degree panorama of the Ubehebe crater in Death Valley. The estimated age of the crater is between 2,000 and 7,000 years old. Some experts suggest that it is only 800 years old. It is believed that the crater was formed when subterrainian water was super heated and the resulting steam surge exploded upward into a type of pyroclastic flow. This crater is about 1/2 mile wide and between 500 and 777 feet deep. This panorama was shot by an Arca-Swiss Rm3di technical camera using a PhaseOne IQ260 60 megapixel digital back. Then lens was a 150mm Rodenstock. In total 78 images were shot in 2 rows of 39 images.


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