11:30:00 PM

Internet traffic on ELPALLSKY suggests a possible bright meteor event over Arizona on Jan 14, 2011...
Tucson, Arizona arrived from google.com on elp allsky large meteor over tucson 1/14/2011

Maricopa, Arizona arrived from google.com on elp allsky fireball in az

Phoenix, Arizona arrived from google.com on "elp allsky"  streak of light in the sky phoenix 

Queen Creek, Arizona arrived from google.com on "elp allsky"  blue light across sky in phoenix.

Jan 16 2011, 10:54 AM Guest665 (guest): I'm visiting Chatroll from Glendale, AZ United States! My husband and I were in our Jacuzzi on Friday January 14, 2011 and we saw a good size blue ball across the sky at about 11:00pm going east to west over our heads.


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11:23:00 PM

Site traffic indicates a meteor/fireball event may have occured in/near Denver CO on Jan 14, 2011...

Aurora, Colorado arrived from google.com on elp allsky bright blue meteor over Denver

Denver, Colorado arrived from google.com on elp allsky meteorite january 14, 2011.

Windsor, Colorado arrived from google.com on elp allsky Metor over Colorado 1/14/2011.

Littleton, Colorado arrived from google.com on "Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News" meteor over pueblo colorado. 

Boulder, Colorado arrived from google.com on "elp allsky"  January 14, 2011 meteor shower seen in colorado

Jan 15 2011, 11:28 AM
Guest304 (guest): Live in Greeley Colorado and I also seen the meteor at 9:22pm. It was first small and white then grew into a sphere of turquoise and blame flame with a tail.
Guest304 (guest): blue*

Guest294 (guest): Driving north on I-25 tonight and saw a meteor around 6:50 near Raton, NM. Large. Then saw another one around around 9:30 near Pueblo, Co. The second one was larger and green. I think both were moving towards NW. Very cool!

Jan 15 2011, 2:30 PM
Guest977 (guest): Louisville, CO. About 21:20-21:30. Driving, just turned north on Hwy 287 and saw a bright, bluish ball followed by a tapered white tail that was so bright it had blue/green colors on the edges. Flew from east to west, coming down. Lasted maybe 3-4 seconds.

Bright Green/Blue Fireball-
Lyons, CO. Jan. 14th, 2011 approx. from 9:30-10:15pm MST. In the Northern sky traveling NW at a steep downward angle. It was larger than the size of the full moon and nearly as bright. It lasted for just over 3 seconds. I have seen many large meteors and fireballs over the years this was the largest and brightest by far. Two of us witnessed in awe, a very bright fireball with a green core (core looked like it was fractured in 5 pieces) with radiating blue, orange, then white rays of light with bright white-orange tail. We were awestruck at its vibrant intensity from the comfort of the hot tub.  I happened to see it in its entirety because I was reclining in the hot tub and looking right where it first appeared.  


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10:13:00 PM

Sydney Australia Fireball Report 14Jan2011...
Jan 14 2011, 7:57 PM
Guest800 (guest): 21:00 14/01/11 I saw a bright ball of light with a blue/green glow in the eastern sky over Sydney, Australia. Amazing sight

Posted Email Jan 15 2011 01:45 MST
I saw this in Newcastle, Aus. Thought I was seeing things at first, it was so bright

Surry Hills, New South Wales arrived from google.com.au on "elp allsky"  meteors australia january 14 2011.


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10:07:00 PM

Albuquerque New Mexico Multiple Meteor Report 13JAN2011...
Guest247 (guest): Hello..Last evening around 10:45 pm in Albuquerque NM, I went outside and saw 3 streams of bright white in the sky. One was very large and the other two a little smaller. The largest was so bright! What was this?
ELPALLSKY RESPONSE: Guest 247, ABQ is a high military air traffic corridor. You MAY have seen some of that. I have, however, notified Sandia Labs to check their cams for what you report. If they WERE meteors/fireballs, Sandia will have them and I will post immediately if they do. Thanks for the heads up! 

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11:58:00 AM

Possible Austin, Texas Meteor Event 14JAN2011...
Guest451 (guest): Howdy, it was cloudy last night, but around 3:330-4:00 a.m. there was a bright blue flash above austin from my view point in Austin Texas.
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