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NASA detects meteorite explosion ten times bigger than Hiroshima bomb

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The explosion was recorded on December 18,2018, over the Bering Sea.
The explosion of a meteorite recorded above the Bering Sea in December was ten times more powerful than the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima in 1945, NASA revealed on Monday.
It was the second most powerful event of this kind in the past 30 years, according to NASA data.
Nearly 800 fireball explosions have been recorded inside Earth’s atmosphere since 1988 but despite its size, the December 18,2018 example remained largely unnoticed because of its location 25.

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