Local Expert: Meteors Hard to Detect

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Several were injured, but no one seriously, after a roughly 10-ton meteor blew up into fragments miles above Russia early Friday morning.

A research astronomer at Cleveland State University says while the event was devastating, it's a very common occurrence.

Watch the video above for his reaction and explanation of the event.

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