[meteorite-list] Another fireball reported in PA
From: Darryl Pitt <darryl_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Tue, 6 Apr 2010 23:41:14 -0400
there's a problem with timing...seems like different objects.
while your EST sighting comports with the michigan sighting....why are
you on EST? michigan is EDT....and twenty minutes ago was 11:15 EDT...
beautiful night to be out looking at stars.....
On Apr 6, 2010, at 11:33 PM, Mike Hankey wrote:
> I think I might have just seen it. Within the last 20 minutes (11:15
> EST) I saw a pretty big meteor, probably the biggest I've seen, but I
> don't think it was a bolide. Fireball yes.
> I saw it in the western sky almost directly over head heading NW from
> SE. It lasted about 2 seconds. Flared up, burnt out and left a smoke
> trail I could see for a few seconds afterward. No Sound. Magnitude -7.
> Freeland MD.
> I was photographing M3 at the time.
> On Tue, Apr 6, 2010 at 10:32 PM, MIke Antonelli <mfrancis66 at verizon.net
> > wrote:
>> Just got a call from an eye witness, saw a large fireball travelin
>> from southeast to northwest _at_ 10:10 pm...No sonic boom reports yet...
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