Internet traffic and emails to ELPALLSKY indicate a significant fireball seen from NC 22MAR2011Email From Ivanna T. March 22, 2011 around 7:32 pm. Driving from Durham to Raleigh on hwy 40 I saw a large bright white fireball in the sky seemingly near the airport.
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From Local News:
Local 911 callers report meteor sighting
StarNewsOnline.com (blog) by Brian Freskos: A possible meteorite entering the Earth's atmosphere late Tuesday evening had 911 centers in Southeastern North Carolina fielding
multiple phone calls from concerned residents. New Hanover County emergency
dispatchers interviewed ... http://yellowtape.blogs.
Longtime amateur astronomer Conrad Pope saw a brilliant meteor cross the sky last night around 7:30 PM from Wilmington. He also said he heard reports of folks seeing the object. It was seen only about five minutes after sunset.
Conrad reports “I tracked it for over 80 degrees and about 8 seconds. Medium speed with an intense blue head and about a 10 degree orange tail. Have not seen any images but the local TV stations and the paper have a shorts stories with some witness comments. It was much brighter than the full moon and resembled magnesium burning. Waited for a sonic boom but heard nothing.”
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