Waves generated by Russian meteor rec...

Waves generated by Russian meteor recorded crossing the U.S.

There are 1 comment on the Earth & Sky story from Mar 5, 2013, titled Waves generated by Russian meteor recorded crossing the U.S.. In it, Earth & Sky reports that:

A network of seismographic stations recorded spectacular signals from the blast waves of the meteor that landed near Chelyabinsk, Russia, as the waves crossed the United States.

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Hagatna, Guam

#1 Mar 5, 2013
I still believe that the Chelyabinsk meteor was actually a 2-in-1, i.e. two parallel-moving bolides wid very close intertwining trajectories or flight paths,+ not a "sole" or single bolide as often described in the MSM-Net.

Since then I have visually observed of new fireballs, burning up + incoming over Guam-Westpac like the Chelyabinsk bolides but now IMO towards South or SE Asia.

I have not read of any impacts or breakups from these same vee the various Medias, so it is likely they either burned up completely or else just sped past Earth.

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