NASA: Meteor explosion 30 times stronger than Hiroshima

Paul Chodas, a scientist at the American space agency NASA, referred to the meteor explosion in Russia and said: "We would expect an event of this magnitude to occur once every 100 years on average," the British Telegraph reported.


NASA noted that the explosion had 30 times the power of the atomic bomb dropped over Hiroshima in the Second World War. (Ynet)