30 Replies to “Contest #282”

  1. 54°56’58.96″N 60°19’55.52″E
    Chebarkul Lake, where part of the meteorite was found today

  2. Lake Chebarkul, in Chelyabinsk Oblast, Russia, where at least part of yesterday’s large meteor landed.
    54.96, 60.329444

  3. Lat: 54°57’51.83″N
    Lon: 60°19’10.63″E
    Lake Chebarkul in Chelyabinsk Oblast, Russia is where some remains of a bolide are belived to have fallen on Friday (AEDT).

  4. Lake nearby Chebarkul, Chelyabinsk, Russia
    54.961947, 60.312710

    A large fragment from a meteor that crashed in Russia has landed in an icy lake.

  5. Lake Chebarkul, located in Chelyabinsk Oblast, Russia (54.96,60.32). Normally I would complain that this was far too easy, but it’s totally ok considering the fact that when I woke up yesterday and watched the news I thought: “It’s Armageddon, could someone please call Bruce Willis !”

  6. Lake Chebarkul, Chelyabinsk Oblast, Russia.

    54° 57′ 36″ N, 60° 19′ 46″ E

    Supposed new home of a chunk of asteroid.

  7. Or meteorite, rather… (I thought I’d heard a theory that it was another stray asteroid, but it seems I was wrong.)

  8. Lake Chebarkul, 54°57’36″N 60°19’46″E
    The lake where apparently a large fragment from last week’s meteor event struck a hole in the ice.

  9. Lake Chebarkul — 54.96,60.329444 — where the Russians have been pulling meteor fragments from.

  10. I should always remember there’s a current events link to these spots!

    This spot at 54.9589, 60.3273 is in the frozen lake near the town of Chebarkul, where last week’s Russian Meteor is said to have punched a circular hole in the ice when it landed.

  11. Ahhh… I should have got this one earlier.
    Then again, I should have been playing for the last year.

    Chebarkul, Chelyabinsk, Russia ( 54.956, 60.331 )

    End of the meteor trajectory on Feb 15, 2013.

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