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There seems likely that Rubielos de la Carida and Azuara are formed during the same event.

Rubielos de la Carida structure is also mentioned in paper discussing origin of Azuara by Cortes et. al (2002). Read my comments about that paper above in references of Azuara. There is good evidences of shock metamorphosis in Rubielos de la Carida structure.

Спутниковая фотография кратера из Google Earth.

Crater 024 near the town of Marktl is one of the most remarkable craters within the impact strewnfield. It is virtually punched into the embankment of the Inn river and today still preserved as a 50 m-diameter semi-crater. Originally, there was a rim wall meanwhile leveled by farming the land. Photo: Gerhard Benske. cm.

Геологическая карта кратера cm.

Топографическое расположение кратеров Азуара и Рубилос де ля Кэрида cm.

Rubielos de la Cerida dismissed meteor chain impact site

Аномалии силы тяжести в районе кратера (получено по данным GLOBAL MARINE GRAVITY V18.1 средствами системы ENDDB).

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