Where did asteroids hit earth?

The Earth has undoubtedly been struck by many different asteroids over the past few billion years, though the signs of many have been eroded away by weather and geological changes. Among the more well known places of such collisions are the 110-mile Chicxulub Crater at the end of the Yucat√°n Peninsula (which ended the dinosaurs), the 4,000-foot wide Meteor Crater in Arizona, and the site of the Tunguska River from the overhead detonation of an asteroid in 1908.