- Duration: 1 Hour
- Format: Online
- Presenter: Dr Mike Simms, National Museums Northern Ireland
- Suitable for 14+
In some of Scotland’s most ancient rocks on the north-west coast there is a strange layer formed from material blasted out of a giant meteorite crater more than a billion years ago. How do we know how it formed, what can we discover about this event, and where is the impact crater itself? Join Mike Simms, a geologist at the Ulster Museum in Belfast, on a journey to find the missing crater.