W-News | Team Russia Divers Searching Meteor Fragments In Chebarkul Lake | A total of six divers were deployed today to find the remaining pieces of a meteor that crashed in Lake Chebarkul outside the city of Chelyabinsk, Russia, yesterday.
Theastralian.com.au site reported Saturday (16/2), so far it has not been found meteor fragments around the city. Location meteor crater lake was formed as wide as eight meters in diameter.
"The team consists of six divers will search for meteorite fragments," said a spokesman for the Russian Emergencies Ministry.
Russian Emergencies Minister Vladimir Puchkov said about 20 thousand rescue workers have been deployed to deal with the fall of the meteor's impact. "We have deployed a special team to handle the meteor's impact on buildings," he said.
Meteor that crashed in Russia this morning until now has been injured more than a thousand people and damaged 3000 buildings.
American Space Agency (NASA) estimates meteor the size of a bus and weighs seven thousand ton atomic-powered 20 bombs and drove at speeds of up to 30 kilometers per second.