February 18th, 2013
08:58 PM ET

Diving for meteorites in frozen Russian sea

The meteor that exploded over Russia last week left behind a thousand injured people, piles of broken glass and some incredible video.

The explosion left behind an unknown number of tiny meteorites, which could be 40 times as valuable as gold.

Phil Black is in the Ural Mountains where professionals and amateur prospectors alike are looking for the space rocks.

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