- Divers find no meteorite pieces in Lake Chebarkul outside Chelyabinsk – Emergency Situations Ministry

February 2013
Russia & FSU News Bulletin;2/16/2013, p1
- Meteorite fall damage in Chelyabinsk region exceeds 1 bln rubles - governor


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