Meteor Hits Russia, Causes Injuries

at 9:00 AM
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A meteor exploded in the sky above Russia's Ural Mountains today, causing a shock wave that damaged buildings across a vast territory and injured hundreds of people with flying glass.

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Andrew Fraknoi, chair of the astronomy program at Foothill College

Ryan Chilcote, television reporter for Bloomberg

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