A meteor's signature
Posted at 12:17 PM on February 15, 2013
by Bob Collins
Filed under: Science
This is what an exploding meteor looks like...
The first seismometer is located near Kurchatov, Kazakhstan; the second in Borovoye, Kazakhstan.
The meteor was traveling an estimated 33,000 miles per hour. That's a lot of energy converted to a shock wave.
Enough, so it appears, to register in South Dakota's Black Hills, too.
NASA said today before it entered our atmosphere, it was only 50 feet wide.
Meanwhile, here's some live coverage of the flyby of the asteroid that got away. This time.
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