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  1. Giant Hole Forms In Siberia, And Nobody Can Explain Why ...

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    The massive hole, which spans about 262 feet in diameter, was spotted recently on the Yamal Peninsula in Russia, commonly known as the "end of the world," The Siberian Times reported. The depth of the hole is not yet known.

  2. Mysterious giant hole suddenly appears in Siberia [Updated]

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    A mysterious giant hole and crater have suddenly appeared in Siberia, Russia. There are not many details right now, but the video captured from a helicopter shows a weird configuration with debris ...

  3. RUSSIA: Hole in the Ground - TIME

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    New York, decided the Russians, might conceivably be all right as a place to visit, but they sure wouldn't want to live there. The daily Vechernyaya Moskva took a long look at Manhattan's...

  4. New explanation for Siberia's mystery craters | Earth | EarthSky

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    Mar 13, 2015 · B1 is the famous Yamal hole, 30 kilometers from the Bovanenkovo gas field, a natural gas field located in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug region of Russia. B2 is a recently detected crater 10 ...

  5. The mystery of the ISS hole just got even weirder | Popular ...

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    Earlier this week, a Russian cosmonaut who investigated the mysterious hole in the Soyuz capsule docked to the International Space Station revealed that the hole was definitely drilled from the ...

  6. Giant sinkhole in Perm region of Russia growing wider and deeper

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    Sep 06, 2015 · A huge sinkhole which has appeared near a mining town in the Perm region of Russia has tripled in diameter in the last 10 months. The giant hole, near the town of Solikamsk, is now 120m (400ft ...

  7. The Deepest Hole Known To Man Goes So Far Down Nobody Even ...

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    There were several holes dug that branched off of the main hole, and the deepest branch, called SG-3, reached a depth of an impressive 40,230 feet in 1989. In 1992, although the Russian team was still about 9,000 feet away from their goal, the drilling came to an abrupt end due to dangerous conditions.

  8. There's a 'Doorway to The Underworld' in Siberia That's So ...

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    Because the ground was no longer shaded in the warm, summer months, it heated up more rapidly than it had in the past, eventually causing the permafrost to melt and the ground to collapse. Major flooding in 2008 made the melting even worse, and contributed to the size of the crater.

  9. Kola Superdeep Borehole - Wikipedia

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    Boreholes were drilled by branching from a central hole. The deepest, SG-3, reached 12,262 metres (40,230 ft; 7.619 mi) in 1989 and is the deepest artificial point on Earth. The borehole is 23 centimetres (9 in) in diameter. In terms of true vertical depth, it is the deepest borehole in the world.

  10. 10 Totally Bizarre Holes In The Earth - Listverse

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    Aug 07, 2014 · Not all holes in the Earth’s crust are naturally formed or mysterious in origin. From 1970–1994, geologists in Russia dug the biggest hole in the Earth that anyone had ever seen in the name of science. The result was the Kola Superdeep Borehole, and it eventually reached a depth of 12 kilometers (7.5 mi).