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Breaking Meteor News...Major Event Over Gulf Coast/Deep South...AK, TX, MS, AL, SC 11Jan2011

Many reports of an very large meteor/fireball over nearly the entire SE U.S....Standby for updates...If you saw this event please post to my chat box. STANDBY FOR NEWS...
UPDATE...Reports of sonic booms over SE AR shaking homes, rattling windows...Standby for more...
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 The following are initial unedited reports on this major event...

Jan 11 2011, 8:07 PM
amber (guest): i live in huntington arkansas,its 93pm i saw like a great big ball of fire that got brighter then as it like was getting brighter before it fell a green light lit up the sky.this is the second time i saw this.it was in december about 10opm i don't know what it is but it is really creeping me out.makes me think of war of the worlds,aliens.who knows i just hope we are all safe.
Jan 11 2011, 8:16 PM
Guest951 (guest): ~8:45 PM Grand Prairie Texas, Driving East on I-20, Witnessed a streak which turned to a fireball and broke up into several pieces before dropping below the horizon.
Jan 11 2011, 8:20 PM
Guest112 (guest): 8:45 pm Battles Wharf, Alabama I witnessed a greenish streak with trailing sparks in the WNW sky heading westward. Looked Like a singe shot roman candle.
Jan 11 2011, 9:32 PM
Guest665 (guest): I am in Clinton, MS. Around 8:45pm CST I witnessed a very bright flash that appeared to be originating in the SW sky. It lit up almost the entire skyline so hard to tell original direction.
Jan 11 2011, 9:45 PM
Guest440 (guest): Saucir MS, About 8:45 PM CT I saw a bright fireball to my NW. I'm about 10 Miles N of Gulfport, MS 

Jan 11 2011,  9:59 PM Erin In FLA Email's:
Saw this tonight! I am in the Florida panhandle though. It was the biggest I had ever seen, and bright green, direction was almost straight into the Gulf. It was around 8:40 pm, I was traveling west on US Hwy 98, towards Destin having just left Panama city beach. It started low in the sky, bright green and ended in a fireball in what seemed like the gulf. I hope this helps you. 

Jan 11 2011, 10:37 PM
Guest131 (guest): Saw this all the way in Florida Panhandle, just west of Panama City Beach. Bright green meteor ending in bright fireball... made my report to the AMS. It was by far the most awesome meteor I have ever seen.

Jan 12 2011, 2:46 AM
Guest563 (guest): i live in franklin, la and around 8:49pm i spotted a huge falling star/meteor! Its been a while since i saw one that big so i wondered if i was seeing things but obviously not! awesome!

Jan 12 2011, 8:09 AM
Guest800 (guest): I live between Garrison and Nacogdoches Texas. Last night (January 11, 2011)when I was standing on my front porch I witnessed a green "falling star". I was standing facing east when the "star" appeared. It was burning green with sparkles falling from it much like that of a single firework. It burned for just a brief time as it fell and disappeared behind the treeline. From my point of view,the star looked like it fell from top to bottom in the eastern sky

Jan 13 2011, 12:11 PM
Guest307 (guest): I saw this same "bolide" or meteor as well. I was in my car traveling east on Hwy 154 between Quitman and Gilmer, Tx. It flashed through the sky from north to south in a downward angle until it disappeared in the horizon of trees. I was at the top a hill (Kelsey Hill) when I saw it. My radio clock said 8:47 (pm), and I immediately called my dad to ask him what it could have been. It first appeared orangish-yellow (firey) and quickly changed to a bright green color until it dipped into the horizon. 
It was in the lower northeastern sky from my reference, and it never crossed over HWY 154 before it dropped into the horizon of trees. It looked as if it was going to hit the Gilmer HS football stadium from where I was. It reminded me of a comet with a long streaking tail behind it........although the tail was a bright whitish-blue color, like a straight or semi-arched lightning bolt. It also reminded me of a colossal-sized green roman candle firework that got loose and hit the ground. Definitely a once in a lifetime sight!
Rikki Seely
Gilmer, Tx


Jan 14 2011, 8:26 AM
304 (guest): between 8:45-9:00 pm in San Augustine Texas, there was a green and orange light falling from the sky. As it went behind the trees, there was a white flash.

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