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Maryland Meteor Fireball Inquiry On F.I.T.S 29MAY2011

Fireball Internet Traffic Source Inquiry:

West Friendship, Maryland arrived from google.com on "elp allsky:" by searching for bright green shooting star lit up sky.
21:52:08 -- 5 hours 54 mins ago

Olney, Maryland arrived from google.com on "elp allsky" by searching for wtop news meteor sighting 5/29.
01:48:32 -- 49 minutes ago

E-mail From:

David H.-Maryland:
Hello,
three of us saw a BIG green w/ a red fiery tail fall slowly in the Western sky around 10:30 - 11:00 PM Sunday night, 5/29/11. Have been trying to see who else reported it! Silent. We are in Brookeville, MD. on a farm.     thank you David!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Six members of my family (3 adults) saw large green fireball arcing over SW sky in Hampshire County, WV about 11pm Sunday, May 29. It had orange/red fiery tail. Really amazing.

Anonymous said...

I also saw a large green fireball flying over Sarver, Pennsylvania in Butler County at around 11pm. My friends said it was a firework and that I was full of it but I was sure of what I saw. I'm happy to see that it was sighted in neighboring states so as to dismiss their fireworks theory. :)

Anonymous said...

I saw a fire blue meteor with a orange firey tail fly across the sky in a small town in Staunton, VA. It was really large and flying low and amazing to see.

Anonymous said...

I heard about an asteroid on the news this morning and it reminded me of one I had seen recently. Because it was such an amazing site I had wanted to do a search to get some more information on it and found this site. I also saw this amazing asteroid on Sunday night May 29 about 11:00pm. We had a neighborhood block party that night and several people were still sitting around and witnessed it. It was a HUGE "shooting star" like I'd never seen before. I would also describe it as a large green fireball with a very long fiery red/orange tail. It crossed the sky for a very long distance and seeme to last a long time. (Long enough for us to get everyone's attention and they saw it too) I live in Lost Creek, WV which is about 100 miles south of Pittsburgh, PA.

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