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Two More Supposed Meteorite Fragments Were Got From Chebarkul Bottom
6.10.2013 17:54
Two More Supposed Meteorite Fragments Were Got From Chebarkul Bottom
(Source: http://www.topnews24.ru/news/russia)

Divers picked up from Lake Chebarkul two more supposed fragments of Chelyabinsk meteorite.

      It was reported earlier that scientists from Chelyabinsk State University (CSU) have received for studying eight stone pieces picked up from Chebarkul during searches of the largest fragment of "Chelyabinsk” meteorite. Today during recovery diving works specialists found two more small fragments.

      According to preliminary data, the weight of each finding does not exceed one kilogram. New artifacts will be transferred to CSU scientists to conduct a detailed survey. All 10 stones will be examined in terms of their possible extraterrestrial origin.  




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Chebarkul Chelyabinsk meteorite    

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