The 1938 aerophotosurvey

In the figure: 1) Green - the trial area averaged azimuths obtained, in the central part of the explosion site, from the study of Kulik's 1938 aerophotosurvey. 2) red - azimuths obtained from the data collected in 1967 by Anfinogenov group and never published up to now. 3) blue - revised azimuths extracted from the whole set of Fast data [1958-1976] after the introduction of the necessary corrections. In the figure, the external frame represents Fast "kilometer coordinates", while the inner - the standard geographical ones. (see papers: pdf, 211 kb, pdf, 18.9 Mb, doc, 764 kb, pdf, 1326 kb).

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Longo G., Di Martino M., Andreev G., Anfinogenov J., Budaeva L., Kovrigin E.: "A new unified catalogue and a new map of the 1908 tree fall in the site of the Tunguska Cosmic Body explosion." In: Asteroid-comet Hazard-2005, pp. 222-225, Institute of Applied Astronomy of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2005. (pdf, 211 kb)

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