Meteor exploded over the Earth with 10 times more energy than the Hiroshima nuclear bomb
No one has ever seen or even been aware of the fiery ball that exploded over the Bering Sea on December 18, 2018 – so far. (19459009) This is the largest meteor blast that exploded over Chelyabinsk in Russia in 2015, and the second largest in 30 years, the BBC said. The distance was 10 meters, and the energy emitted in the earth's atmosphere explosion was equivalent to 173 kilotons of TNT. It is about 10 times larger than the atomic bomb used in Hiroshima in 1945.
Discovery : NASA knew about the explosion of military satellites that noticed the light that radiated when it exploded. The fiery globe was also noticed by Peter Brown of the Canadian University in West Ontario, who announced his intention on Twitter. He looked at data taken from about 1
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