There will be photos, videos and small fragments of the meteorite itself. They were discovered by local geologists on the ice of Lake Chebarkul near a 6-meter ice hole.
Chelyabinsk’s regional geography and history museum has received fragments of the Chelyabinsk meteorite that crashed into the South Urals a week ago blowing out tens of thousands of window panes and leaving some 1,500 people injured by flying debris and broken glass.
All the fragments were discovered by local geologists on the ice of Lake Chebarkul west of Chelyabinsk near a 6-meter ice hole. The search is going on.
The museum, meanwhile, is preparing a dedicated exposition about the Chelyabinsk meteorite. The authorities say they will try to make the memory of last Friday’s event a great tourist attraction.
Voice of Russia, TASS, RIA