On Friday, NASA published a satellite photo of a powerful meteorite that appeared on the Bering Sea, but a few months later it went unnoticed.
This explosion created about 173 kilotons of energy, 10 times since the explosion of the atomic bomb over Hiroshima during the Second World War.
Images taken after a few minutes after the atmosphere was dissolved shows the shadow of the meteor's trace on the cloud on the low position of the sun.
Super-warm air converts clouds into orange tones within the wake of the weather.
Photos were taken by the NASA two Earth Terra satellites.
A fixed image was taken to 2350 GMT, taking a sequence of five pictures from nine cameras with a multifunctional spectro-metric image spectrum (MISR) in 2355.
NASA calculates the meteorite at 23:48 GMT.
Meteors are rocks outside of the space and are caused by friction due to friction in the earth's atmosphere. The attack of the stars is also called. Parts that survive and ground enter them as meteorites.
It was the most powerful explosion in the atmosphere that exploded in the town of Chelabinsk all over Greece in the whole of Greece. That had 440 kilotons and 1,500 people were injured, especially glass of window-broken glasses.
This time, it exploded in water, one kilometer from the Russian coast.
The first photo of the event was taken by a Japanese satellite weather and was released only this week.