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Seismic stations did not register any signs of a meteorite or earthquake

24.12.18 62000

Reduction of water inflow in the reservoir of the Bureyskaya HPP in the Amur region of the Russian Federation caused by the landslide and not a meteorite.

This was stated by the specialist in public relations of branch of JSC “RusHydro” – “Bureyskaya HPP” Jaroslav kites, reports RIA Novosti.

According to him, the inflow actually decreased, in the area of Small stream of Sandar the mudslide happened. Seismic station hydroelectric power station did not register any signs of a meteorite or an earthquake, said Korshunov.

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In addition, the seismic station of the Russian Academy of Sciences Far East is not recorded on the territory of Khabarovsk Krai nor the fall of a large meteorite, or of any other event which could block the channel of the river Bureya.

This was stated by the head of the Sakhalin branch “Uniform geophysical service of the” Russian Academy of Sciences Yuri Levin, writes, “Khabarovsk Krai today.”

It is noted that meeting with a meteorite so large in size, remaining undetected, he finds it almost unbelievable, the seismic sensors would have recorded the impact of a celestial body on the earth.

The seismic station of Kamchatka also has not recorded anything supernatural in the Verkhnebureinsky district. However, this could occur because in the area of the Peninsula in recent days intensified the volcano Shiveluch.

Earlier the head of the Khabarovsk region of the Russian Federation Alexey Maslov said that a few days ago in Khabarovsk region meteorite fell and destroyed the top of the hill, the rock which blocked the bed of the river Bureya.