Why Does Siberia Get All the Cool Meteors?

Children ice skating in Khakassia, Russia react to the fall of a bright fireball two nights ago on Dec.6 In 1908 it was Tunguska event, a meteorite exploded in mid-air, flattening 770 square miles of forest. 39 years later in 1947, 70 tons of iron meteorites pummeled the Sikhote-Alin Mountains, leaving more than 30 craters. […]

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Alleged Meteor Caught on Russian Dash Cam (Again)

Thanks to the ubiquitousness of dashboard-mounted video cameras in Russia yet another bright object has been spotted lighting up the sky over Siberia, this time a “meteor-like object” seen on the evening of Saturday, Sept. 27. (…)Read the rest of Alleged Meteor Caught on Russian Dash Cam (Again) (119 words) © Jason Major for Universe Today, 2014. […]