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Fig. 1. Location map for the Azuara – Rubielos
de la Cérida impact crater chain (frame in
Fig. 2) and suspected impact locations (A, B, C).
Fig. 2. The topography of the Azuara/Rubielos
de la Cérida crater chain (from the digital map
of Spain, 1 : 250,000; provided by Manuel Cabedo).
Fig. 3. Photomicrograph of strongly shocked
quartz from the Rubielos de la Cérida basin.
Fig. 4. Part of the central uplift chain emerging from the Rubielos de la Cérida impact basin.
Fig. 5. The crater rim in the southern
part of the impact chain.
Fig. 6. Megabreccia and polished friction plane
in the southern part of the central-uplift chain.
Fig. 7. Impact breccia (suevite) exposed in
the southern part of the central-uplift chain.
Fig. 8. Probable impact ejecta near
Peñacerrada (location B in Fig. 1).