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An aerial meteorite explosion has wreaked havoc in Russia’s Urals. The blast caused widespread panic, damaged buildings, blew out thousands of windows and lead hundreds to seek medical attention for minor injuries.
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The small part that went into the lake would be a few hundred kg at most.
This object was not 10 tons. It was 11 000 tonnes.
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