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SEE IT: First images emerge of meteor that exploded with 10x the energy of atomic bomb in Hiroshima

FOXNews.com Monday, 25 March 2019
A Japanese weather satellite has provided visual evidence of the historic asteroid that exploded in the atmosphere over the Bering Sea in December that packed a punch of 10 atomic bombs used by the  U.S. in Hiroshima, a report said
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News video: NASA Releases Images Of A Giant Meteor Explosion Over Earth

NASA Releases Images Of A Giant Meteor Explosion Over Earth 00:53

NASA has released images of a huge meteor that exploded over Earth last year with more than 10 times the energy of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima during World War II. The “fireball,” NASA’s term for an exceptionally bright meteor visible over a wide area, exploded about 16 miles above the...

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