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Isla Guadalupe
      Isla Guadalupe is an island located 160 miles (265 km) west of Baja California in the Pacific Ocean. The island is about 5 miles long with an elevation of 4100 feet. There are some small volcanic spouts on the southern  and central part. The following images show that the circular shock wave alignments from the impact that formed it are easily visible to 1,180 miles.  There are many others not shown here at less than 1180 miles, and likely others at greater distance. The images are shown at 800 pixels width, but actual width is 1366. They may be expanded to that without loss of definition.
Isla Guadalupe
Isla Guadalupe

     Isla Guadalupe off the coast of Baja California. The first evidence we see of an impact is underwater. This is somewhat unusual because in most of the oceans, these kinds of formations  have been washed away with the currents.

The underwater formations just outside of the 105 mile radius circle.

     The first signs on the land of this impact are at 205 miles radius, on Baja California.

Isla Guadalupe impact alignments at 365 miles
at 365 miles. This shock circle is of special significance, as that it appears that it broke the northern part of Bala California at the point to the East northeast of the island, and pivoted the northern section to the East.
Such that before the impact, Baja California would have looked something like this.

But after the impact we have this:


Isla Guadalupe impact alignments at 365 miles to the northeast.
at 365 miles to the northeast in southern California.
Isla Guadalupe impact alignments at 365 miles to the southeast on Baja California.
at 365 miles to the southeast on Baja California.
Isla Guadalupe impact alignments at 465 miles to the north northeast.
at 465 miles to the north northeast in southern California.
Isla Guadalupe impact alignments at 465 miles to the northeast.
at 465 miles to the northeast across Arizona.
Isla Guadalupe impact alignments at 465 miles to the east.
at 465 miles to the east through Sonora Mexico.
Isla Guadalupe impact alignments at 465 miles to the southeast.
at 465 miles to the southeast across Baja California.
Isla Guadalupe impact alignments at 530 miles to the northeast.
at 530 miles to the northeast through southwestern Arizona.
Isla Guadalupe impact alignments at 530 miles to the southeast.
at 530 miles to the southeast across Baja California.
Isla Guadalupe impact alignments at 1065 miles to the northwest.
at 1065 miles to the northwest through Oregon.
Isla Guadalupe impact alignments at 1065 miles to the northeast.
at 1065 miles to the northeast through Colorado and Wyoming.
Isla Guadalupe impact alignments at 1065 miles to the east.
at 1065 miles to the east through north central Mexico.
Isla Guadalupe impact alignments at 1180 miles to the southeast.
at 1180 miles to the southeast through central Mexico.

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