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Title: Chelyabinsk airburst, damage assessment, meteorite recovery, and characterization
Authors: Popova, O. P.
Jenniskens, P.
Emel'yanenko, V.
Kartashova, A.
Biryukov, E.
Khaibrakhmanov, S.
Shuvalov, V.
Rybnov, Y.
Dudorov, A.
Grokhovsky, V. I.
Badyukov, D. D.
Yin, Q.-Z.
Gural, P. S.
Albers, J.
Granvik, M.
Evers, L. G.
Kuiper, J.
Kharlamov, V.
Solovyov, A.
Rusakov, Y. S.
Korotkiy, S.
Serdyuk, I.
Korochantsev, A. V.
Larionov, M. Yu.
Glazachev, D.
Mayer, A. E.
Gisler, G.
Gladkovsky, S. V.
Wimpenny, J.
Sanborn, M. E.
Yamakawa, A.
Verosub, K. L.
Rowland, D. J.
Roeske, S.
Botto, N. W.
Friedrich, J. M.
Zolensky, M. E.
Le, L.
Ross, D.
Ziegler, K.
Nakamura, T.
Ahn, I.
Lee, J. I.
Zhou, Q.
Li, X.-H.
Li, Q.-L.
Liu, Y.
Tang, G.-Q.
Hiroi, T.
Sears, D.
Weinstein, I. A.
Vokhmintsev, A. S.
Ishchenko, A. V.
Schmitt-Kopplin, P.
Hertkorn, N.
Nagao, K.
Haba, M. K.
Komatsu, M.
Mikouchi, T.
Issue Date: 2013
Citation: Chelyabinsk airburst, damage assessment, meteorite recovery, and characterization / O. P. Popova, P. Jenniskens, V. Emel'yanenko [et al.] // Science. — 2013. — Vol. 342. — № 6162. — P. 1069-1073.
Abstract: The asteroid impact near the Russian city of Chelyabinsk on 15 February 2013 was the largest airburst on Earth since the 1908 Tunguska event, causing a natural disaster in an area with a population exceeding one million. Because it occurred in an era with modern consumer electronics, field sensors, and laboratory techniques, unprecedented measurements were made of the impact event and the meteoroid that caused it. Here, we document the account of what happened, as understood now, using comprehensive data obtained from astronomy, planetary science, geophysics, meteorology, meteoritics, and cosmochemistry and from social science surveys. A good understanding of the Chelyabinsk incident provides an opportunity to calibrate the event, with implications for the study of near-Earth objects and developing hazard mitigation strategies for planetary protection.
Keywords: LANTHANIDE
ASTEROID
DAMAGE
EXPLOSION
HAZARD MANAGEMENT
METEORITE
ALTITUDE
ARTICLE
ASTRONOMY
ATMOSPHERE
CHELYABINSK INCIDENT
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH
COSMIC RADIATION
DISASTER
ERYTHEMA
EYE INJURY
HUMAN
MAGNETISM
MEDICAL CARE
MENTAL DISEASE
METEOROLOGY
NATURAL DISASTER
POROSITY
PRIORITY JOURNAL
SHOCK WAVE
SOCIOLOGY
SUNBURN
TEMPERATURE STRESS
THERMOLUMINESCENCE
VIBRATION
CHELYABINSK [CHELYABINSK (ADS)]
CHELYABINSK [RUSSIAN FEDERATION]
RUSSIAN FEDERATION
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10995/27561
SCOPUS ID: 84888844465
WOS ID: 000327518600050
PURE ID: 893833
ISSN: 0036-8075
DOI: 10.1126/science.1242642
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