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F-I-T-S Inquiries Suggest, Emails Confirm Central Texas Green Meteor Fireball 22JUL2011

Fireball Internet Traffic Sources Point To Meteor Event Seen From Austin, DFW, TX Area...Emails Confirm!
This fireball was seen during the Texas Rangers vs Toronto Blue Jays Baseball Game At Rangers Stadium In Arlington, TX. On 22JUL2011. If you were there and have or know of video which may have been taken of this fireball. please contact me at wxtx01@gmail.com

***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.***


Email From:
Jessamyn D.-Clear Lake, TX:
I'm in Clear Lake Tx so not sure it was the same thing. It was between 8:45 and 9 pm. It was very bright and green. It this the time it was seen?     yes Jessamyn...this was the time frame. Thank you!

Eva & Stan O.-Spring, TX:
We witnessed a green fireball last night (July22, 2011) at about 8:46 pm CDT.
We were travelling on I45 northbound through Spring, Texas. The fireball ran parallel to us so was moving south to north. Its trajectory was to our left (west). It was very large an intense and disappeared at about 20 degrees above the northern horizon and at about 345 degrees on a compass. It seemed green to me initially but then I was looking at it through my windshield which is tinted across the top. Whether it was actually green I can’t be sure because it disappeared very soon after. The duration of what we saw was probably close to 1 second which for such an event seemed like a long time.
I was driving so didn’t see it until it came into view through the windshield so I can’t say how far behind me that it became visible to anyone else.     thank you Eva and Stan!

Shanta L.-Katy, TX:
I saw a orange light fall from sky over Katy Texas around 9:00 pm yesterday July 22, 2011. It can straight down from the sky then just disappeared.     thanks Shanta!

Tanner O.-Houston, TX:
I'm so glad I found this website, because I was so confused as to what I saw.
I was driving on the highway, coming back from class, when I saw what I can only describe as a fireball, shooting across the sky. It was going straight, and it was going incredibly fast, and it was only visible for two to three seconds and then it disappeared. It didn't disappear into the horizon or anything, it just simply vanished. It was a combination of green, and yellow shades. I was on interstate 610 going north, and the fireball was  shooting north as well.
The date was July 22nd, 2011, and I apologize my time will not be specific but it was anywhere from 8:45 to 9:10. I never thought about it but it was actually quite large. I believe it was about the size of a full moon, if not larger, and considerably brighter than a full moon. I could not hear anything due to the radio being on, but it was moving so fast that there was a streak behind it of the same green and yellow colors. I hope this helps at least a little.
I have included an attachment of where I was driving(obvious red line) when I saw this, and where the object was moving(yellow).     Thanks for taking time to do a visual aide Tanner!

Susan B.-On The Road In Texas:
Saw large bright white object falling straight down, toward the northeast last night, July 22, 2011, about 8:45 pm. I was driving near us hwy 183 Spicewood Springs rd.     thank you Susan!

Teresa-Unknown Location:
I was facing southeast and saw this. It fell straight down. From where I was it was really bright white with a bluish tint. I'm not really sure of the time, the sun hadn't quite set all the way, shortly before 9pm. It was a pretty good size. I'm surprised I can't find more information in it.


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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

While heading West on 21, about 15 miles West of Bryan, TX a moon-sized object came into view from over the top of the roof of our car. It was not green, but rather was electric blue and white. It was moving West at a phenomenal speed and seemed very low to the ground compared to airplanes. We only saw it for about 3-4 seconds total before it appeared to zoom away or burn out. Contrary to other sightings on this website, we did not see a trail behind this object at all. It seemed like it sped up exponentially in the last two seconds. After it disappeared, I looked at the clock and the time was 8:46pm

Anonymous said...

While heading West on 21, about 15 miles West of Bryan, TX a moon-sized object came into view from over the top of the roof of our car. It was not green, but rather was electric blue and white. It was moving West at a phenomenal speed and seemed very low to the ground compared to airplanes. We only saw it for about 3-4 seconds total before it appeared to zoom away or burn out. Contrary to other sightings on this website, we did not see a trail behind this object at all. It seemed like it sped up exponentially in the last two seconds. After it disappeared, I looked at the clock and the time was 8:46pm. The object looked as though it was traveling horizontally; not falling from the sky. There was no sound at all that we heard, albeit we were in the car and may not have been able to hear if there was a sound. Lastly, it's important to note that this object was moving across the sky away from us, headed East. Again, there were no contrails nor any signs of burning or debris trailing behind.

Anonymous said...

While heading West on 21, about 15 miles West of Bryan, TX a moon-sized object came into view from over the top of the roof of our car. It was not green, but rather was electric blue and white. It was moving West at a phenomenal speed and seemed very low to the ground compared to airplanes. We only saw it for about 3-4 seconds total before it appeared to zoom away or burn out. Contrary to other sightings on this website, we did not see a trail behind this object at all. It seemed like it sped up exponentially in the last two seconds. After it disappeared, I looked at the clock and the time was 8:46pm. The object looked as though it was traveling horizontally; not falling from the sky. There was no sound at all that we heard, albeit we were in the car and may not have been able to hear if there was a sound. Lastly, it's important to note that this object was moving across the sky away from us, headed East. Again, there were no contrails nor any signs of burning or debris trailing behind.
Laurie from Austin, TX

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