Latest Chelyabinsk Stories
A wealth of research has come following the Chelyabinsk meteor that exploded over Russia’s Ural Mountains on February 15, 2013. The latest study, which comes from scientists at the University of Tohoku in Japan, claims that the meteor collided with an asteroid before heading on its collision course with Earth.
The Earth faced a “close-call” on Monday night as near-Earth asteroid 2000 EM26 came within a couple million miles of the planet, nearly a year after the Chelyabinsk meteor slammed into Russia.
Using satellite data and computer models, NASA scientists were able to track and study the debris of the meteor that exploded over Chelyabinsk, Russia in February, giving them a better picture of how similar future events might affect the Earth’s atmosphere
A researcher in Aerospace Engineering at the University of Southampton has released the results of a simulation of the Chelyabinsk meteor using high-tech software called NEOImpactor.
A network of seismographic stations recorded spectacular signals from the blast waves of the meteor that landed near Chelyabinsk, Russia, as the waves crossed the United States.
A meteor streaked across Russia’s early morning skies on Friday before violently exploding, sending a rain of debris onto the Earth below. The flash and boom shattered windows and meteor particles left damage in its wake, injuring more than 900 people in the Ural Mountains region.
CHELYABINSK, Russia, Jan. 21 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Mechel OAO (NYSE: MTL), one of the leading Russian mining and metals companies, announces that the Chelyabinsk Region Governor, Pyotr Sumin, visited Mechel's Chelyabinsk Metallurgical Plant OAO (CMP) subsidiary today.
By Temkina, Anna Zdravomyslova, Elena Abstract: Russian reproductive health care systems have undergone many changes since the 1990s. These changes have given users new opportunities, and users have become more demanding and knowledgeable.
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