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How A Hockey Blog Got The Scoop On The Russia's Meteor

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Fans of the National Hockey League's Washington Capitals were likely the first to learn of the meteorite that exploded over central Russia this past week. That's if they were reading the Russian Machine Never Breaks — a website devoted to the hockey team. Weekend Edition Sunday host Rachel Martin talks with Chris Gordon and Peter Hassett, who blog for the site.
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