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Bermuda. 640 miles off the coast of North America from Cape Hatteras, North Carolina.  This impact was the cause of the shape of part of the Caribbean, the East coast of The United States, and other alignments. 

At 720 miles, this impact was a major contributor to the shape of the northeastern coast of the United States.

at 830 miles.

at 830 miles to the northwest, the southwestern coast of Maine.

at 830 miles to the southwest, forming the outer edge of the Bahamas, Turks and Caicos Islands.

at 985 miles to the northwest, through the Adirondack Mountains in northern New York State.

at 985 miles to the west northwest through Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

at 985 miles to the west, the Florida east coast.

at 985 miles to the southwest, through the Caribbean.

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