10:40:00 PM

Meteor News...Bright Green Meteor Fireball Seen Over Wide Area Of NW, NC, Central, and South Central TX 12FEB2011 Captured By Sentinel All Sky Camera...

Meteor captured by the Hawley TX Sandia Sentinel All Sky Camera. This could be what witnesses observed over North Central Texas at 9:21:08 p.m.-21:21:08 MST  (03:21:08 UTC 2/13/11)  the evening of Feb 12 2011.
(c) 2011 Kevin Palivec-Hawley TX

Posted To Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News: Tokyo, Japan
Guest346 (guest): wbowen, bright (-7 to -9) meteor Feb. 12, 2011 9:20p CST, N-NW sky, 2-5 seconds duration, travelling northbound on I-45 near Wortham, TX. Meteor path was approx. 80 degrees from upper left to lower right, starting about 68 degrees high and ending just above horizon.
From ELPALLSKY Chat...Feb 13 2011, 8:54 PM
Guest846 (guest): Saw a very bright fireball falling to earth near Austin TX at 9:30pm while driving in the car. A small piece of it broke off - seemed to big to be a meteor. I was SW of Austin,TX looking towards Austin when I saw it. It was falling straight down to earth
From ELPALLSKY Chat...Feb 13 2011, 8:30 AM
Guest318 (guest): Saw the green light shooting star on 2/10, but wife and son saw another on 2/12. Saw what Fireball#2 is showing in Austin, TX

Internet Traffic Suggests Green Fireball ESE Of Abilene, TX 12FEB2011...
Abilene, Texas arrived from google.com on "elp allsky: Feb 12, 2011" by searching for green fireball texas 2-12-2011.
21:30:21 -- 28 minutes ago
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10:03:00 PM

Inquiry Traffic into ELPALLSKY Indicates Possible South Carolina Meteor Event  12FEB2011...
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina arrived from google.com on "elp allsky: Feb 12, 2011" by searching for green shooting star 2011 feb 11.
19:04:43 -- 2 hours 50 mins ago
Stone Mountain, Georgia arrived from google.com on "elp allsky:" by searching for sc meteors.
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9:46:00 PM

Internet Inquiry Into Possible Bright Meteor event Southern Cal. 12FEB2011...
Orange, California arrived from google.com on "elp allsky" by searching for meteor in orange ca 2-12-2011.
17:57:51 -- 3 hours 32 mins ago

9:19:00 PM

Central Texas Meteor Fireball Reported to ELPALLSKY 13FEB2011...
Feb 13 2011, 8:54 PM Guest846 (guest):  
Saw a very bright fireball falling to earth near Austin TX at 9:30pm while driving in the car. A small piece of it broke off - seemed to big to be a meteor.

***Readers in Central Texas...If you observed this event please post to "comments" below or leave a post in my chat window. Thank you.***

5:40:00 PM

Possible Las Vegas Mereor Fireball 13FEB2011...

Inquiry to ELPALLSKY 15Feb2011
United States arrived from google.com on "elp allsky" by searching for fire in sky las Vegas nv 2-13-11. 16:05:56 -- 6 hours 29 mins ago

***Readers In The Vicinity Of Las Vegas NV...If you saw a meteor/fireball on Feb 13 2011, please post your sighting details in "comments" below or post to my chat window. Thank you.***
Email To ELPALLSKY 23FEB2011
nico holmes-gull las vegas, nv approx. 8:00PM while on my front lawn i saw a very fast moving object with a green tail streak across the sky at what seemed to be a low altitude.

4:24:00 PM

Meteor News...Another Bolide Soars Across Italian Skies 10FEB2011...

Just two nights after a superbolide exploded over Italy on 8FEB2011 (see http://elpasoallsky.blogspot.com/2011/02/major-breaking-meteor-newssuperbolide.html ),  yet another bolide event has been captured by the Italian Meteor And TLE Network...this time at 20.06.40 hrs. ± 1 U.T. on 10FEB2011. The Image below is from Ferruccio Zanotti-IMTN of Ferrara, Italy.
(c) 2011 Ferruccio Zanotti-IMTN Ferrara, Italy ALL RIGHTS RESERVED






































































































Fireball 2011.02.10_20.06.40 ± 1 U.T.
Partial trace (J2000)
RA: 146,781
Decl i: 69,040
AR f: 177,012
F decl: 75,264
Transit Duration: 1.40
Duration wake: 0.00
Number of fragmentation: 1
Flares Number: 4
Apparent magnitude max: -6.8 ± 0.5
Zenithal magnitude: -7.2 ± 0.5
Meteor shower: SPO
Notes:
Spectrum to first order: NO
Color camera: Yes