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Home The signal from the meteor on February 15, 2013 in Russia was picked up by seismometers in the region that are monitored by the USGS. The attached graphic shows the signal recorded on three seismometers.Small ground motion was observed as far as 4,000 km away from the explosion. The signal from the meteor on February 15, 2013 in Russia was picked up by seismometers in the region that are monitored by the USGS. The attached graphic shows the signal recorded on three seismometers.Small ground motion was observed as far as 4,000 km away from the explosion.

The signal from the meteor on February 15, 2013 in Russia was picked up by seismometers in the region that are monitored by the USGS. The attached graphic shows the signal recorded on three seismometers.Small ground motion was observed as far as 4,000 km away from the explosion.

The signal from the meteor on February 15, 2013 in Russia was picked up by seismometers in the region that are monitored by the USGS. The attached graphic shows the signal recorded on three seismometers.Small ground motion was observed as far as 4,000 km away from the explosion.

The signal from the meteor on February 15, 2013 in Russia was picked up by seismometers in the region that are monitored by the USGS. The attached graphic shows the signal recorded on three seismometers.Small ground motion was observed as far as 4,000 km away from the explosion.

A map showing the location of the Chesapeake Bay impact crater