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Meteorite shower crashes into Russia (video)

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A meteorite shower has crash landed across Russia's Ural region, injuring over 250 900 people and damaging buildings in six cities. Residents in Chelyabinsk reported shaking ground, windows shattering and car alarms going off as the rocks fell to Earth. Officials in the country say that the shower began after a larger meteor disintegrated in the lower atmosphere, causing the fragments to wreak the (currently) non-lethal havoc. If you'd like to compare how wrong (or right) Michael Bay got it in Armageddon, head on past the break for some footage.



Via: BBC News
Source: Russia Today
Coverage: Gizmodo, Buzzfeed
In this article: Chelyabinsk, Meteor, Meteorite, Russia, Ural, Urals
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