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survivor
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I would like to see the landsite of the meteor, but there are just some fakes on YT. :/

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wickedpixel
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I would like to see the landsite of the meteor, but there are just some fakes on YT. :/

There is no such thing. That meteor exploded and burned in the atmosphere.

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Art-of-Sound
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So why they say that it fell near the town of Satka?

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I would like to see the landsite of the meteor, but there are just some fakes on YT. :/
There is no such thing. That meteor exploded and burned in the atmosphere.

I think that something that big would not entirely burn up #justsaying

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DenisTorman
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I read the news about that last night, over Chelyabinsk observed a surprising number of luminous points.
The funny thing is that the news published about 5 minutes after the incident. Question. As quickly as they were able to find the information?
In my opinion, journalists overdone.
I feel tomorrow will be an announcement in the media that it was not a meteor fell, and the UFO flew to the ground. Complete idiocy.

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I would like to see the landsite of the meteor, but there are just some fakes on YT. :/
There is no such thing. That meteor exploded and burned in the atmosphere.

Seems like it didn’t, at least some parts of it fell in the lake (pics are on an official site, no tabloid stuff).

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digitalscience
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Just shows how vulnerable earth is.. and this meteorite is small compared to the objects flying around our galaxy… 500 injured just from the sonic boom breaking windows.

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I would like to see the landsite of the meteor, but there are just some fakes on YT. :/
There is no such thing. That meteor exploded and burned in the atmosphere.
Seems like it didn’t, at least some parts of it fell in the lake (pics are on an official site, no tabloid stuff).

Oh I see now, thx for the info.

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permian
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digitalscience, certainly! They write it had about 3m in diameter, it doesn’t seem like very big piece… what if it was 30m-thing?

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