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Originally posted by Exitt
Originally posted by amkia
I don’t know about you guys but the story sounds fishy to me.
500 injuries and 20.000 service men have been working on it..? it sounds unreal to me.
Russian sites report 950 casualties, 3000 buildings/homes affected, 6 cities and 4 smaller villages impacted
that's a lot of places and people
Originally posted by Deaf Alien
ok how big is our atmosphere do you think?
how fast a metroid go thru?
As the distance from Earth increases, the air becomes thinner. There is no clear boundary between the atmosphere and outer space. But most experts say that space begins somewhere beyond 60 miles (95 kilometers) above Earth.
Originally posted by jhn7537
Talk about totally bizarre... 725 people reportedly injured just blows my mind away....
Maybe. Maybe not. Just because the general public did not know, does not mean that it had gone completely undetected.
Originally posted by weavty1
And you want to know the scariest thing about this all?
This 'meteorite' was completely undetected beforehand, and was a surprise to the scientific/astronomy community.