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Space: Meteor / Russia #1038939

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 16, 2013
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(Studio: Jim Axelrod) Report introduced.

(New York: Tony Guida) The impact of the meteor on the Russian town of Chelyabinsk featured; scenes shown of the blast as the meteor exploded, glass damage, cleanup efforts, the injured. [CUNY astronomy professor Charles LIU††- talks about the meteor event and what could have happened.]

(Studio: Jim Axelrod) Two other meteor sightings noted; a meteor light in San Francisco shown. ["Time" magazine science editor Jeffrey KLUGER†- talks about the daily cosmic traffic; notes NASA's sky watch from three observatories and how they can be deflected.]

Axelrod, Jim;
Guida, Tony

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