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Undid good faith edit. The original grammar was subtly different in meaning, and the meaning was the correct one -- we don't know any other mechanism of formation.
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(Undid good faith edit. The original grammar was subtly different in meaning, and the meaning was the correct one -- we don't know any other mechanism of formation.)
[[Image:Shattercone_Wengenhausen.JPG|thumb|right|Typical Shatter Cone from Ries impact crater, Germany.]]
 
'''Shatter cones''' are rare geological features that are only known to form only in the [[bedrock]] beneath [[meteorite]] [[impact crater]]s or [[Underground nuclear testing|underground nuclear explosions]]. They are evidence that the rock has been subjected to a shock with pressures in the range of 2–30 [[Pascal (pressure)|GPa]].<ref name=French1998>{{cite book
| author = French, B.M.
| date = 1998