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Workers of Magnitogorsk, USSR, 1931. Artist: Anon Featured Chelyabinsk Print

Workers of Magnitogorsk, USSR, 1931. Artist: Anon

Workers of Magnitogorsk, USSR, 1931. Magnitogorsk is a city in the Urals with large-scale mining and iron and steel industries. Its development was at the forefront of Stalin's Five Year Plans for the Soviet economy in the 1930s. In 1937 all foreigners were instructed to leave and Magnitigorsk became a closed city. Found in the collection of the State Museum of the Political History of Russia, St Petersburg

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Chelyabinsk meteor fragment ice hole Featured Chelyabinsk Print

Chelyabinsk meteor fragment ice hole

Chelyabinsk meteor fragment ice hole. Police officers, environmental officials and experts from EMERCOM (Ministry of Emergency Situations) at the site of a meteorite impact in the Chelyabinsk region of Russia. This event occurred at around 09:20 local time (03:20 UTC). A meteoroid weighing several thousand tons impacted the atmosphere, reaching an altitude of around 20 kilometres as a meteor before exploding in an air blast. Meteorite fragments reached the ground. Smaller 0.5 to 1 centimetre fragments (C015/1324) were found around the ice hole. Photograph from the Interior Ministry's regional directorate, 15 February 2013

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Chebarkul meteorite fragment recovery Featured Chelyabinsk Print

Chebarkul meteorite fragment recovery

Chebarkul meteorite fragment recovery. Ropes and strapping around the largest (as of October 2013) meteorite fragment recovered by divers from Lake Chebarkul. It weighs about 600 kilograms and is on the metal sheet on which it was dragged to shore. The meteoroid and meteor (Chelyabinsk Event) that produced this meteorite occurred on 15 February 2013 over Russia's Chelyabinsk region. The meteoroid weighed several thousand tons, reaching an altitude of around 20 kilometres before exploding in an airblast. The black fusion crust was caused by the fireball as it passed through the atmosphere. Photographed on 16 October 2013

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