Chelyabinsk 294.2 g


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  • Meteorite Type: Stone (LL5)
  • Weight: 294.2 grams
  • Approximate Measurements: 98 mm x 56 mm x 40 mm 
  • Witnessed Fall: Yes
  • Additional Information: Excellent, fusion-crusted stone

1 in stock


A very large meteor (known as a fireball or bolide) was seen by countless witnesses over the Russian city of Chelyabinsk on February 15, 2013. Its shallow flight was of exceptionally long duration and numerous car-mounted video recorders (dashcams) captured astonishing footage of the fireball. Following a series of in-flight explosions, thousands of small black, fusion-crusted meteorites rained down on the snow-covered ground outside Chelyabinsk. The city itself was rocked by a massive shockwave that shattered windows and injured at least 1,200 people. This marked the first instance in recorded history of multiple people being injured by the effects of a meteorite fall.

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Weight 294.2 g


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