The Tunguska Mystery May be Solved
The Tunguska Event Blast Site. Image via the Daily Mail
The 1908 Tunguska event was a massive blast 1,000 times the strength of a nuclear bomb.
It leveled 1,000 square miles of forest in remote Siberia, flattening trees to the ground and possibly carving out what is now Lake Cheko. It has been a mystery to science since then, but researchers now believe they have found a fragment of a meteorite at the bottom of the lake. If they’re right, the evidence could finally lay the mystery to rest.
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