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Breaking Meteor Fireball News...Connecticut, New Jersey Meteor Fireball Reported To ELPALLSKY 20SEP2011

Email To ELPALLSKY From:
Joe P.-Brick, NJ:
Just witnessed a large green fireball low in the eastern sky over the coast of central jersey shore at approximately 11:28 pm. Thurs sept. 20, 2011.  I am in brick nj  about 1 1/2 miles from the Atlantic coast and I was looking east about (105 degrees) toward the coast when I saw the bright  green fireball traveling across the sky for a few seconds. Anybody else see it?
Joe P     Thank you Joe!

Donna M.-Groton, CT:
On September 20,2011 at 11;30 pm I saw a really large shooting star or something that seemed to be fall from the sky, I actually put on my brakes because it seemed so close I waited for something to explode.  Sorry, don,t know the direction, it was right in front of me.  Donna     thanks for your report Donna!

Mary-Long Branch, NJ:
I witnessed a large green fireball descending in the Eastern sky off the coast of Long Branch, NJ at around 11:30 pm. It did not have a tail and disappeared during it's descent. What could this be?     it's known as a fireball...a brighter than normal meteor (shooting star). Thanks for your report Mary!
  
Additional Reports Needed For This Event!!!
***If you are searching for information about this fireball and/or 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.***

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