In 1998, an episode of APT's Discovering Alabama was filmed at Wetumpka about the crater and its origins; A.U. investigators were interviewed for this program. - Click HERE for more
Since 1999, annual evening lectures have been given by Dr. King at the city civic center on the current research. - Click HERE for more
Since 2000, annual city tours of the crater have been led by Dr. King's geology graduate students. - Click HERE for more
Since 2000, annual city tours of the crater have been led by Dr. King's geology graduate students. - Click HERE for more
In 2002, a historic marker was placed at the Wetumpka impact crater on US 231. Dr. King's group provided the text and image for the marker. - Click HERE for more
In 2008, the city and county Crater Commission acquired land and began planning a crater interpretive center for the crater to promote local tourism. Dr. King's group is advising them. - Click HERE for more
In 2008, the city and county Crater Commission acquired land and began planning a crater interpretive center for the crater to promote local tourism. Dr. King's group is advising them. - Click HERE for more
In 2008, the city and county Crater Commission acquired land and began planning a crater interpretive center for the crater to promote local tourism. Dr. King's group is advising them. - Click HERE for more
In 2008, the city and county Crater Commission acquired land and began planning a crater interpretive center for the crater to promote local tourism. Dr. King's group is advising them. - Click HERE for more
In 2008, the city and county Crater Commission acquired land and began planning a crater interpretive center for the crater to promote local tourism. Dr. King's group is advising them. - Click HERE for more
In 2003, the motto 'Where the star fell' was used to promote the crater. Dr. King's group provided input on the design. - Click HERE for more
In 2003, the motto 'Where the star fell' was used to promote the crater. Dr. King's group provided input on the design. - Click HERE for more