Tunguska, the mystery continues

Mysterious frequent The June 30, 1908, Eastern Siberia was affected by an explosion 2,000 times greater than the nuclear bomb that destroyed the Japanese city of Hiroshima in 1945, destroying 2,200 tetragon kilometers of Siberian taiga and millions of vegetation.The damage was enormous, a fireball as bright as the sun was seen streak across the sky, and observer heard 300 miles away deafening explosions.
The trees were flattened in a radial pattern over an area of 850 square kilometers; seismic vibrations were recorded by instruments to 900 miles gone. Fire lasting weeks. Continue reading “Tunguska, the mystery continues”