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Space: Meteor / Russia / Krauss Interview #1038903

CNN Evening News for Friday, Feb 15, 2013
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(Chicago: Chris Cuomo) Images of a meteor that crashed on Earth shown.

(London: Jim Bolden) The unexpected meteor that hit Russia featured; scenes shown of the blinding flash of light, a sonic boom, flying debris, damaged buildings, shattered glass windows, glass-wounded people.

(Chicago: Chris Cuomo) Earlier interview held with Arizona State University professor Lawrence Krauss about the meteor; many images from Russia shown. [KRAUSS - explains how the meteor caused damage after coming through the atmosphere with amazing power via pressure waves thus blowing out windows.]

Cuomo, Chris;
Bolden, Jim

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