No Reason to Panic! This Isn't the End, Just a Russian Meteor Shower




While this will undoubtedly bring about end of the world predictions, it's important to remember that this sort of thing happens every so often. Most experts say that smaller meteors collide with the earth's surface between five and ten times each year, while larger ones strike about once every five years, according to Addi Bischoff, a mineralogist at the University of Muenster in Germany. All that's to say, no reason to panic. This isn't the end, just a Russian meteor shower.