Meteorology of the superbolide or super-experiment in the atmosphere
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This chapter considers the Chelyabinsk superbolide as a meteorological phenomenon, which caused a significant heating of air along the trajectory of the falling asteroid and the ejection of thousands of tons of dust into the atmosphere.
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