So, it went from being an estimated 10 tons to 10,000 tons? How could this be exactly?
I heard initial estimations that the meteor was 2m in size but this just can not be the case at all if it was actually 10,000 tons. Something about
this doesn't make a whole lot of sense on the surface.
Wouldn't something of that mass and velocity have caused a lot more damage and loss of life? I'm no astrophysicist but 10,000 tons seems like a lot to
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