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Nov 08, 2013

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Activist Post

A study suggests that the strike rate from meteors such as the one that hit Russia in February this year may be considerably higher than was previously thought.

This video shows many different clips of the meteor and is well worth watching.

Professor Peter Brown of the University of Western Ontario said:

Having some sort of system that scans the sky almost continuously and looks for these objects just before they hit the Earth, that probably is something worth doing.

In the case of Chelyabinsk, a few days’ to a week’s warning would have been valuable.(source)

The explosion that occurred over Chelyabinsk was caused by a rock about 20 yards wide. After entering the atmosphere, the asteroid shed dust and smoke in a cloud behind it. When it burst into pieces some 18 miles up, many on the ground felt the heat, which in some cases left people with a minor sunburn.

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