Meteor’s force 20 times Hiroshima bomb

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Meteor’s force 20 times Hiroshima bomb

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In this frame grab from a video, a meteor is seen in the sky Friday morning near Russia’s Ural Mountains. NASA estimated the meteor’s speed at about 40,000 mph, said it exploded about 12 to 15 miles high, released 300 to 500 kilotons of energy and left a trail 300 miles long.

Meteor’s force 20 times Hiroshima bomb

In this frame grab from a video, a meteor is seen in the sky Friday morning near Russia’s Ural Mountains. NASA estimated the meteor’s speed at about 40,000 mph, said it exploded about 12 to 15 miles high, released 300 to 500 kilotons of energy and left a trail 300 miles long.
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