Chelyabinsk


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a city in the Asian part of Russia

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In addition, they have significantly lower fuel consumption and 5 times lower NOx concentration of flue gases compared to the old equipment at the Chelyabinsk GRES power plant," notes Alexander Chuvaev, Executive Vice President, Russia segment of Fortum.
Chelyabinsk, Russia -- October 16, 2015 -- Chelyabinsk Zinc Plant (LSE, MICEX: CHZN), Russia's largest producer of zinc and zinc alloys, is pleased to announce its production results for the nine months ended September 30, 2015.
We are eager to boost our investments and activities in South Pars," Dubrovsky said in Chelyabinsk.
Prosecutor's Office of the Chelyabinsk region conducted an extradition check in the relation of Uzbek citizen.
This small asteroid that exploded in the atmosphere near Chelyabinsk, Russia, was believed to be about 20 meters in size before it hit the Earth.
Analysis of the Chelyabinsk meteorite shows that shock produced during catastrophic disruption of a large asteroid can darken otherwise bright silicate material.
According to those predictions, an impact like that of the 19-meter-wide Chelyabinsk meteor, which released the energy equivalent of about 500,000 tons of TNT, should take place roughly once in 120 years.
Now scientists suggest that asteroids like the Chelyabinsk one -- which was about 19 meters (62 feet) wide -- could strike the planet every 20 or even 10 years, compared with an earlier estimate of once a century, according to the report, published Wednesday.
The Chelyabinsk object entered the Earth's atmosphere at just over 19 kilometers per second, slightly faster than had previously been reported, said the team.
Until Chelyabinsk, the US space agency Nasa had looked only for space rocks about 100ft (30 metres) wide and bigger, figuring there was little danger below that.
A third paper by other scientists describing the Chelyabinsk explosion was published online this week by the journal Science.
ice hOckey TRAKTOR v ska 2pm TRAKTOR CHELYABINSK will be pleased to be back on home ice after a five-game road trip yielded a return of just three points from a possible 15, writes Adam Scriven.
A team of scientists in Russia recovered the 570kg fragment of the famous Chelyabinsk meteorite from the bottom of Lake Chebarkul, in the Urals.
Residents in Chelyabinsk and Magnitogorsk reported hearing an explosion, seeing a bright light and seeing bright objects falling.
It also started a "meteorite rush" around the industrial city of Chelyabinsk, 1,500 km (950 miles) east of Moscow, where groups of people have started combing through the snow and ice.