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Fraser
2016-Dec-08, 11:30 PM
Children ice skating in Khakassia, Russia react to the fall of a bright fireball two nights ago on Dec.6 In 1908 it was Tunguska event, a meteorite exploded in mid-air, flattening 770 square miles of forest. 39 years later in 1947, 70 tons of iron meteorites pummeled the Sikhote-Alin Mountains, leaving more than 30 craters. […]
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Trebuchet
2016-Dec-09, 03:43 PM
Why? How about because it's very big?

ETA: We've got a Sikhote-Alin meteorite, which we bought from Geoff Notkin of Meteorite Men. I miss that show!