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The 1908 Tunguska event and forestfalls

  title={The 1908 Tunguska event and forestfalls},
  author={Andrei Ol'khovatov},
The 1908 Tunguska event is used to be associated with a forestfall named after its first scientific researcher – Leonid Kulik. However association of the Kulikovskii forestfall with the events in the morning of June 30, 1908 is based only on Evenks accounts. Initially, Kulik assumed the impact site was about 60 km east of this forestfall (unknown to him at that time). Then he received additional information about the existence of this large forestfall, and moved the search point. Later, some… 


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