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List of things that were damaged by meteorites (from title text):
 
List of things that were damaged by meteorites (from title text):
* On June 30, 1908 ({{w|Gregorian Calendar}}, Russia still used the {{w|Julian Calendar}} and was recorded there as June 17), an {{w|airburst}} caused by the {{w|Tunguska Event|breakup of a 100-meter falling meteorite or comet}} with the energy of some 30 megatons of {{w|TNT}} flattened some 80 million trees over 830 square miles (2,150 km<sup>2</sup>) of land in central {{w|Siberia}} near the {{w|Podkamennaya Tunguska|Tunguska River}}. Due to the remoteness of the area, no people were confirmed dead in the incident.
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* On June 30, 1908 ({{w|Gregorian Calendar}}, Russia still used Julian and was recorded there as June 17), an {{w|airburst}} caused by the {{w|Tunguska Event|breakup of a 100-meter falling meteorite or comet}} with the energy of some 30 megatons of {{w|TNT}} flattened some 80 million trees over 830 square miles (2,150 km<sup>2</sup>) of land in central {{w|Siberia}} near the {{w|Podkamennaya Tunguska|Tunguska River}}. Due to the remoteness of the area, no people were confirmed dead in the incident.
 
* On October 9, 1992, a meteorite {{w|Peekskill meteorite|totaled a 1980 Chevrolet Malibu in Peekskill, New York}}.
 
* On October 9, 1992, a meteorite {{w|Peekskill meteorite|totaled a 1980 Chevrolet Malibu in Peekskill, New York}}.
 
* On November 30, 1954, a {{w|Sylacauga (meteorite)|fragment of a meteorite}} passed through the roof of a house and struck a woman named Ann Hodges. She survived. Only [https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/science/space/5511619/14-year-old-hit-by-30000-mph-space-meteorite.html two other people] are known to have been [https://www.space.com/earliest-evidence-meteorite-killed-person.html hit by meteorites.]
 
* On November 30, 1954, a {{w|Sylacauga (meteorite)|fragment of a meteorite}} passed through the roof of a house and struck a woman named Ann Hodges. She survived. Only [https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/science/space/5511619/14-year-old-hit-by-30000-mph-space-meteorite.html two other people] are known to have been [https://www.space.com/earliest-evidence-meteorite-killed-person.html hit by meteorites.]

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