This is totally, absolutely the most AMAZING thing ever!
Apparently Russians drive around with dashboard cameras in routine operation, so they captured lots of video of this spectacular event.
I've read the injury total is now 700, and climbing. Was anyone killed?
I wonder how many impacts there were, and where? Meteors often explode before hitting the ground, because they are loosely held together, and can't stand the stress of atmospheric entry. Did the fireball completely vaporize, or are there chunks littering the Russian countryside?
I read somewhere there were sporadic power outages too. Is that true?
Best compendium I've seen!
And the blast! A series of sonic booms?
A useful video, with discussion, at the New York Times.