America’s Greatest Mass Migration to See a Natural Event

-This month’s solar eclipse is likely to put major pressures on infrastructure.-

Mid-morning on February 15, 2013, in Russia’s southern Ural mountains, a visitor arrived from outer space. A 20-meter asteroid that no one saw coming slammed into the atmosphere at 43,000 miles an hour. As the meteor burned up, it briefly shone brighter than the sun. Its shockwave packed a punch 30 times greater than the bomb dropped over Hiroshima.

Source: America’s Greatest Mass Migration to See a Natural Event – The Atlantic