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Large Southern Mississippi Meteor Fireball 16OCT2011

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Email From:
Mary L.-Southern MS:
I saw the most amazing thing this morning!! It was close to one in the morning on October 16th!! I was walking across the yard from my Moms house over to mine and I happen to look up to the sky!! It was the biggest and most brightest falling star I've ever seen!! It was amazing!! It was HUGE!! I watched it as it got closer and closer!! It looked like it disappeared at the top of the Pine Trees in my yard!! It reminds me of the way the firework shoots out the end of a Roman Candle and then falls slowly to the ground! It was completely white though!! Had no color or tail!?! So im not to sure of what I saw! I just know that it was amazing that I happen to be going across the yard that late at night and was lucky enough to see it!! It was fabulous!! I have looked all over to see if anyone else from my town saw it too! I am from Southern Mississippi!! My brother works for NASA, I am going to ask him to find out what he can about it!!  I know what I saw, Im not crazy!! For it to be as big as it was, somebody has to know what it was! It didnt explode it just went out! If you find anything out about it I would love to know!! I am just an old country girl that never gets to see amazing things like that and would love to be able to explain to people that what I saw was actually there and that it wasnt a stupid plane or firework!!  Mississippi Girl     thank you Mary...Others?????
 
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