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Chelyabinsk Skyfall

In mid-February a flaming meteorite, whose shock wave equaled 20 nuclear bombs, streaked across the sky and slammed into the central Russian city of Chelyabinsk. It damaged dozens of buildings and injured hundreds of people. RT went to central Russia to talk with witnesses and scientists and to find out whether the country should get ready for more such phenomena.