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from 21 June 2014

 
Chelyabinsk   contributed by Peter Marmet, IMCA 2747   MetBul Link
 

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TKW 1 ton and counting. Observed fall 15 February 2013, in Chelyabinskaya oblast’, Russia.


Peter writes:
Field of view is 20 x 30 mm.


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