Last week, a meteor blew apart over Russia's Chelyabinsk region, generating a shockwave that injured hundreds and caused millions of dollars in damage. The disintegrating fireball strewed bits and pieces of itself over the country's Ural mountains, some of which researchers now claim to have recovered. But scientists aren't the only ones interested in the fragmented space rock — meteorite hunters have reportedly taken to the Urals' icy slopes in droves in search of riches, in what's being billed as a "meteorite rush."
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