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Massive meteor-like intent speckled on Russian dashcam [VIDEO]

Massive meteor-like intent speckled on Russian dashcam [VIDEO]

Massive meteor-like intent speckled on Russian dashcam [VIDEO]

More than a year after a meteor hit Chelyabinsk, a dashcam video has prisoner a fireball tarnishing over the northwestern Russian city of Murmansk, NBCNews.com reports.

The Chelyabinsk meteor left a durability sense on a Russian people. According to National Geographic, a meteor, that glowed 30 times brighter than a sun, harmed approximately 1,500 people and shop-worn thousands of buildings in a segment that is home to one million Russians.

Fortunately, a impact of Saturday’s fireball was distant reduction dramatic. Gazeta.ru reports that “no sound of explosions was heard.” The Mirror adds that no repairs or injuries were reported.

RT, a news channel obliged for posting a dashcam video to YouTube, says that officials have not nonetheless identified a inlet of a astronomical body.

As of Monday morning, a video has some-more than 1.1 million views on YouTube.

No one was killed when the Chelyabinsk meteor impacted Earth, though Slate says that your chances of failing in an asteroid impact are approximately one in 700,000.

Image credit: YouTube/RT

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