Fortum has commissioned unit 1 of its Chelyabinsk
GRES combined heat and power plant in Russia.
Production Results of Chelyabinsk
Zinc Plant for 9M 2015
TEHRAN (FNA)- Governor of Russia's Chelyabinsk
Region Boris Dubrovsky in a Tuesday meeting with Iran's Ambassador to Moscow Mehdi Sanyee announced that a Russian delegation from his region is scheduled to travel to Iran to confer on partnering in South Pars gas field projects.
A 48-year-old, citizen of Uzbekistan Husanzhon Sultonov was detained in the Chelyabinsk
region in May 2014, when illegally crossing the state border between Russia and Kazakhstan.
The notable exception, it said, was the Chelyabinsk
event on Feb.
Washington, July 17 ( ANI ): A new study on Russian Chelyabinsk
meteorite has shed a light on the long-standing debate about the source of the asteroid that impacted the Earth and caused the extinction of the dinosaurs.
During the 2013 Chelyabinsk
meteor explosion, a fourth-grade teacher in Chelyabinsk
, Yulia Karbysheva, saved 44 children from potentially life-threatening window glass cuts by ordering them to hide under their desks when she saw the flash.
Meteor impacts such as February's explosion over Chelyabinsk
, Russia, the most powerful observed in a century, may occur more frequently than thought.
MOSKOVA (CyHAN)- Asteroid strikes like the one that occurred over the Russian city of Chelyabinsk
in February are much more likely to happen than previously thought, scientists said in a report published in the scientific journal Nature.
5 miles above the city of Chelyabinsk
, briefly outshining the sun and inflicting severe burns on a number of observers below.
Meteors about the size of the one that streaked through the sky at 42,000 mph (67,600 kph) and burst over Chelyabinsk
in February - and ones even larger and more dangerous - are probably four to five times more likely to hit the planet than scientists believed before the fireball, according to three studies published in the journals Nature and Science.
When an asteroid exploded over the Russian city of Chelyabinsk
in February, shattering windows for miles and injuring more than 1,000 people, experts said it was a rare event -- of a magnitude that might occur only once every 100 to 200 years, on average.