9:40:00 PM

Possible TX Panhandle Meteor Fireball 13MAY2011...

Internet Searches Indicate A Fireball Event Over Texas Panhandle:

Amarillo, Texas arrived from google.com on "elp allsky: Breaking Meteor News...Large Green Meteor Fireball IA, IN, KS, MO, NE 8:47pm CDT 20APR2011..." by searching for large green ball falling in the sky flare.
21:32:55 -- 3 minutes ago

Plano, Texas arrived from google.com on "elp allsky: Bright ISS Pass Over El Paso, TX 17APR2011..." by searching for bright lights in el paso sky.
21:21:17 -- 14 minutes ago

***If you saw this fireball event, please e-mail wxtx01@gmail.com with a description including time, date, location, which way you were facing, direction object traveled (right to left etc. is OK), color, any fragmentation or extremely bright flashes, and any sounds heard i.e. booms, hisses etc. Thank you for your report***

9:29:00 PM

UPDATE...VA Booms 10MAY2011 Associated With Meteor Fireball Now Reported By Eyewitnesses

From ELPALLSKY 13MAY2011:
A handful of eyewitnesses in Virginia Beach, VA are now reporting that they saw a meteor/fireball just prior to loud booms which shook residents and residences there on May 10th, 2011 at a little past 7:00 pm EDT. The following broadcast is from Virginia TV station WAVY.


***If you saw this fireball event, please e-mail wxtx01@gmail.com with a description including time, date, location, which way you were facing, direction object traveled (right to left etc. is OK), color, any fragmentation or extremely bright flashes, and any sounds heard i.e. booms, hisses etc. Thank you for your report***

12:40:00 PM

Long Duration Bright Fireball Over El Paso TX Captured By ELPALLSKY Camera 12 MAY2011

A -7.1 magnitude, 6 second duration meteor fireball captured by ELPALLSKY-Sandia Sentinel Fireball Camera-El Paso, TX at 02:53:38 UTC 13MAY2011 (20:53:38 MDT) 12MAY2011

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11:13:00 AM

Meteor News...PA Meteor Fireball 13MAY2011...

From The Chat Box:
 
May 12 2011, 10:17 PM Guest389 (guest): 
Hi my name is Jay my friend a scranton PA police officer said he saw a fireball over scranton may 12th or 14th about 9:30 pm est he said it was like somthing entering the atmosphere with a glow in the front...sorry 13th


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11:07:00 AM

Meteor News...IL IN Meteor Fireball 13MAY2011...

Internet Inquiries:

Genoa, Illinois arrived from google.com on "elp allsky" by searching for saw a green blue ball with a tail streaking through the sky then disappeared.
22:54:45 -- 1 hour 14 mins ago
Lombard, Illinois arrived from google.com on "elp allsky: May 12, 2011" by searching for green meteor may 12 2011.
22:43:42 -- 1 hour 25 mins ago
Fort Wayne, Indiana arrived from bing.com on "elp allsky: UPDATE TO BREAKING USA METEOR NEWS...Large US East Coast Meteor Fireball Bolide DEC28, 2010!!!" by searching for just saw a meteor may 12, 2011.
22:42:47 -- 1 hour 27 mins ago
Scranton, Pennsylvania arrived from google.com on "elp allsky: Daylight NE US Fireball Seen In Numerous States...Reports Still Coming In 14FEB2011" by searching for fireball seen in west scranton .
22:10:27 -- 1 hour 59 mins ago
Orland Park, Illinois arrived from google.com on "elp allsky: Possible Large WI, MI Meteor Fireball With Sonics 18APR2011..." by searching for Wisconsin meteor 2011.
22:38:52 -- 1 hour 33 mins ago
Oswego, Illinois arrived from google.com on "elp allsky: May 12, 2011" by searching for fireball in the sky may 12, 2011.
00:21:17 -- 32 seconds ago
Oswego, Illinois arrived from google.com on "elp allsky: May 12, 2011" by searching for fireball in the sky may 12, 2011.
00:21:17 -- 55 minutes ago


E-mails From:

John In New Haven, Indiana:
At approx 12:30am May 13, I walked outside and just happened to notice a large green fireball shoot across the W to NW  the sky.  So bright that it shown through the clouds.  It was very quick and disappeared within seconds.  No sonic boom could be heard but definitely a meteor.  I stayed for several more mins but no other meteors appeared.  Did anyone else in the area see the same thing?

***If you saw this fireball event, please e-mail wxtx01@gmail.com with a description including time, date, location, which way you were facing, direction object traveled (right to left etc. is OK), color, any fragmentation or extremely bright flashes, and any sounds heard i.e. booms, hisses etc. Thank you for your report***