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A woman leaves a shop with a broken window in Chelyabinsk, Russia, on Monday as part of the local damage after a meteorite exploded over the region on Feb. 15. A total of 53 pieces of space debris have been brought for analysis to the university in Yekaterinburg, with the largest being about one centimeter in diameter, and the smallest is about one millimeter. (AP Photo/Boris Kaulin)
In this photo distributed by the Urals Federal University Press Service pieces of a meteorite are seen in a laboratory in Yekaterinburg on Monday. Researchers from the Urals Federal University, based in Yekaterinburg, have determined that the small stone-like pieces found near Lake Cherbarkul in the Chelyabinsk region are pieces of the meteorite that exploded over the region Feb. 15. A total of 53 pieces have been brought for analysis to the university in Yekaterinburg. The largest one is one centimeter in diameter, the smallest is about one millimeter. It is written in Cyrillic: Meteorite Chebarkul. (AP Photo/ The Urals Federal University Press Service, Alexander Khlopotov)