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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:
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!


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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