The Tunguska Explosion Could Have Been Caused By An Asteroid That Still Orbits The Sun

The Tunguska Explosion Could Have Been Caused By An Asteroid That Still Orbits The Sun

On a cool Summer morning in 1908, a fireball appeared over Northern Siberia. Eyewitnesses described a column of blue light that moved across the sky, followed by a tremendous explosion. The explosion leveled trees across more than 2,000 square kilometers. The explosion is consistent with a large meteor strike, but to this day no evidence …

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