11:22:00 PM

Another Bright Central TX Meteor Fireball 21JUN2011

For The Second Consecutive Night, Central Texas Hosts A Bright Meteor Fireball ~11:40pm CDT 21JUN2011

Email From:
Susan S.-Bastrop, TX:
I was driving down Hwy 21 East, from Bastrop, TX towards Bryan/College Station at around 2340 hours last night. The fireball was traveling at a high rate of speed, coming from southwest to northeast. It was at low altitude, was bright and multicolored. It was partly cloudy last night, and when it passed in front of me, it was in the clouds, but at low altitude and moving incredibly fast. It simply disappeared into the clouds. I didn’t hear any sounds as I was in my car with the radio on.....it was an incredible site, tho! Hope this helps!

F.I.T.S Inquiry:
Austin, Texas arrived from google.com on "elp allsky" by searching for meteor hit austin 6/21/11.
21:44:35 -- 1 hour 51 mins ago
***If you witnessed this fireball, please email wxtx01@gmail.com with details. Please include time, date, your location, which way you were facing, direction the object traveled (left to right etc.), color, any fragmentation, sounds (booms, sizzles, hisses etc.). Thank you!***

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