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On February 15th, car cameras and cellphones captured a blinding streak that flashed across the sky over Russia's Ural Mountains, followed by an explosion that injured some 1,500 people. The meteor, weighing around 10,000 tons, was the largest object to burst in the atmosphere since 1908. Within days, NOVA crews were in Russia following impact scientists as they hunted for debris from the explosion and clues to the meteor's origin.
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From out of the Blue

By Bill

from Concord, NH

Comments about PBS NOVA: Meteor Strike DVD:

An amazing program showing an extra terrestrial event which we seldom get to see. Isn't it good that it did so little damage?!

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BEST DVD Ever.....Amazing

By Anne

from Jersey City, NJ

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Comments about PBS NOVA: Meteor Strike DVD:

This DVD has the most incredible pictures and live action footage of a natural event that I have ever seen. If you love science or if you have children you must get this. Non-stop live footage. While a commentator talks about what happened in Russia this year, all you see is footage from people's cameras, phones, and video. No recreations; no animated diagrams. Just live action photography as if you were in Russia yourself when the meteor fell. This is one incredible DVD.

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