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Hundreds of scientific papers, lots of books, essays and stories have been written about the Tunguska meteorite. The Tunguska Event has been featured in documentary and feature films. It has become popular for the writers and journalists to mention it in their works.There is barely an adult in Russia who has not heard about THE EVENT at least once in his or her life. And yet, there does not exist a person in this whole world of ours who could spell it out with certainty and based on solid evidence: "I know what it was!"
Academician Nickolai V. Vassiliev is the leader of the Tunguska event Community.
At 7:17 AM on the morning of June 30, 1908, a mysterious explosion occurred in the skies over Siberia.
'It was caused by the impact and breakup of a large meteorite', at an altitude six kilometers in the atmosphere.
Realistic pictures of the event are unavailable. However, Russian scientists collected eyewitness accounts of the event. I believe that we now know enough about large impacts to "decode" the subjective descriptions of the witnesses and create realistic views of this historic asteroid impact as seen from different distances. More likely a UFO entering the atmosphere at the wrong angle, overheated and exploded! UFO may have been nuclear or ion powered!