Asteroid exploded in Russia
In February 2013, another asteroid managed to enter earth’s atmosphere
over Russia’s Chelyabinsk city. It exploded in sky but sent out
shockwaves that caused quite some damage and injured 1,200 people.
Scientists say that the asteroid was nearly 65 feet wide.
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