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Another Central Texas Meteor Fireball 25JUL2011

For The Third Consecutive Night, Bright Fireball Over Central TX. Reported To ELPALLSKY ~1:00 a.m. CDT 25JUL2011

Email From:
Kaylin N.-San Antonio, TX:
I live in San Antonio, TX. Early this morning 7/25/11, 1 am I saw a huge fireball in the sky that left a long trail behind it. It wasn't as fast as shooting starts. I have never seen anything like it. I was facing south and it came from the northeast and moved southwest.     thank you Kaylin!

***If you are searching for information about this fireball and witnessed it, please leave a report of what you saw at wxtx01@gmail.com Please include the date and time, the direction you were facing/driving, the direction in which the object moved (upper left to lower right etc.) approximate size and brightness compared to a full moon, color, any flashes, streaks, fragmentation and any sounds or delayed sounds such as sonic booms, hisses, sizzles etc. Thank you! Your information is vital to research/recovery efforts so please take time to report.***  


Anonymous said...

Huge fireball seen in North Texas (northwest of Dallas), facing west around 9:25 PM

Ran said...

I viewed a blazing matter flying across the sky over Hodges, Texas (North of Abilene) from south to North and then explode into many pieces and disappeared. This happened between 9-10pm on 7-25-11

Dan and Laurie said...

I was lying in bed a little after 3 a.m. when the room lit up from a bright, greenish fire ball streaking across the sky here in Three Rivers South, 7 miles South of Sunriver, Oregon. It was as big as half a moon and as it traveled, its' radiant glow continued breaking up from west to east. At first, I saw it from the corner of my eye and thought the light was coming from a car but then realized it was a meteorite.

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