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Goodness gracious, great ball of fire! What exploded over Russia this time?

Goodness gracious, great ball of fire! What exploded over Russ...

A screengrab from YouTube shows a mystery fireball that has sparked theories ranging from a meteor to a UFO to the military disposing of explosives. MOSCOW, Nov 20 — A mystery fireball captured on amateur video in Russia's Urals has become an ... Malay Mail, 1 week ago
Fireball videos spark mystery in Russia Herald Live, 1 week ago
Fireball videos spark mystery in Russia The Gulf Today, 1 week ago

Mystery fireball burns Russia's skies: Meteor, rocket or portal between worlds?

A blazing fireball of undetermined origin lit up the Russian skies over the Ural Mountains last Friday, according to multiple sources. The phenomenon was caught on several Russian dashcams and video cameras, the glow a spooky orange lighting up the ...
 Examiner.com1 week ago Mysterious huge flash illuminates Russian skies, puzzles scientists  Gizmodo1 week ago This Mysterious Flash Illuminated Russian Skies and Has Scientists Baffled  Gizmodo1 week ago

Movie review: Meteor Strike

On February 15, 2013, an asteroid entered the airspace over Russia's Ural Mountains, drawing the attention of the world. Exploding in the air rather than striking the ground as a whole, the effects were felt for miles in every direction. ...
 Examiner.com1 week ago

Russia says waiting for assurances of Ukraine gas payments

Reuters 9 minutes ago Science News » Some skywatchers captured incredible views of the Orionid meteor shower earlier this week, but even if you can't catch the peaking shower outside tonight (Oct. 21), … A potentially amazing partial solar ...
 Yahoo! Canada1 month ago
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Dash cam captures huge fireball

Big bad boom ... Was this an exploding meteor, or something more sinister? This flash in the sky was captured in Sverdlovsk on November 14. Source: Viralhog Source: Supplied WHAT the hell was that? A dash cam video has captured one of the strange ...
 Herald Sun1 week ago Flash in the sky freaks out driver  Brisbane Courier-Mail1 week ago

Something Mysterious Lit Up the Russian Sky — and No One Knows Exactly What It Was

Video posted online shows something light up — possibly explode — over Russia's Sverdlovsk region Friday — but no one is exactly certain about what it is. The incredible dashcam footage shows the sky first glow red before morphing into a ...
 Blaze.com1 week ago An Enormous Blast Lit Up The Whole Sky In Russia And No One Knows What It Was  Business Insider Australia1 week ago An Enormous Blast Lit Up The Russian Sky And Nobody Can Figure Out What It Was  Business Insider1 week ago

Russia plans to launch remote earth probe satellites

MOSCOW, November 14. /TASS/. Russia plans to launch two satellites next year for remote earth probing. The satellites, Resource-P 3, which is under construction now,according to schedule, and Kanopus-V 2, are planned to be launched next year, ...
 Itar Tass2 weeks ago

Meteoric rise - Yemeni Houthis' emergence as a national powerbroker

Type 79/85 7.62 mm self-loading sniper rifles Development The Type 79 self-loading sniper rifle is a direct copy of the Russian SVD Dragunov. A later variant, the Type 85 appears indistinguishable from the earlier Type 79 and the ...
 Jane's2 weeks ago

Russian helicopter carrying 12 goes missing

MOSCOW -- A Mi-8 helicopter with 12 people aboard disappeared in Russia's Tuva republic in southern Siberia, regional transport prosecutor's office said Friday. "The helicopter disappeared 220 km east of (the republic's capital) Kyzyl," Interfax ...
 CHINAdaily Africa1 month ago Q&A: Russian Nobel Laureate on Fun, God and the 'Ideal Physicist' [Moscow Times (Russia)]  TMC Net1 month ago Russia refutes claims of Kosmos-2495 explosion over US  Air Force Technology2 months ago Russian Aerospace Defense Forces Again Dismiss Satellite Explosion Rumors  Space Daily2 months ago
Slate Magazine

No One's Looking for Dangerous Meteors in the Southern Hemisphere Anymore

Telescope dome at Siding Spring Observatory, New South Wales. Photo courtesy Iridia/Creative Commons The southern hemisphere's only early warning system for meteors, asteroids, and comets approaching the planet has closed due to lack of ...
 Slate Magazine1 month ago
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