11:29:00 PM

Northern AZ Meteor Fireball 31MAY2011

FITS (fireball internet traffic sources) Suggests Meteor/Fireball Seen North Of Phoenix, AZ 31MAY2011

Phoenix, Arizona arrived from google.com on "elp allsky: "Large Fragmenting Meteor Fireball 8:48pm MST Phoenix AZ 08APR2011"...NOT A FIREBALL AT ALL!" by searching for may 31 phoenix arizona meteor.
18:45:33 -- 4 hours 32 mins 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***

11:28:00 PM

Western Tennessee Meteor Fireball Indicated by FITS Inquiries 30MAY2011

Possible Meteor/Fireball Seen From Western TN 30MAY2011 (FITS)

Medina, Tennessee arrived from google.com on "elp allsky: AL, GA ,TN, NC, FL, Large Bright Green Fireball 20MAY2011..." by searching for fireball in west tn.
20:50:37 -- 1 hour 17 mins ago

Memphis, Tennessee arrived from google.com on "elp allsky: May 31, 2011" by searching for meteor may 30.
20:34:08 -- 1 hour 34 mins 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***

4:16:00 AM

GREEN FIREBALL ALERT...FITS Indicates Significant Increase In Green Fireball Activity Underway...More Expected Next Several Days

30MAY2011 - 15JUN2011
yellow=alert, red=high alert
Object
Name
Close
Approach
Date
Miss
Distance
(AU)
Miss
Distance
(LD)
Estimated
Diameter*
H
(mag)
Relative
Velocity
(km/s)
(2011 HP) 2011-May-300.033613.1110 m - 230 m22.08.38
(2011 KE3) 2011-May-300.129750.548 m - 110 m23.75.13
188174 (2002 JC) 2011-Jun-010.147857.51.0 km - 2.3 km17.120.88
(2011 HO53) 2011-Jun-010.184771.959 m - 130 m23.33.86
(2011 KX15) 2011-Jun-010.038414.913 m - 29 m26.54.68
(2009 BD) 2011-Jun-020.00230.95.7 m - 13 m28.31.91
(2010 XK) 2011-Jun-020.101639.572 m - 160 m22.814.01
(2011 KE15) 2011-Jun-030.00963.711 m - 25 m26.97.98
(2011 KV15) 2011-Jun-050.02158.416 m - 36 m26.110.22
(2010 NJ1) 2011-Jun-060.160862.6230 m - 510 m20.315.96
(2011 KJ15) 2011-Jun-090.054821.366 m - 150 m23.022.76
267494 (2002 JB9) 2011-Jun-110.183771.52.0 km - 4.4 km15.729.25
153792 (2001 VH75) 2011-Jun-120.108542.2670 m - 1.5 km18.025.48
(2009 BW2) 2011-Jun-130.114444.525 m - 56 m25.13.76
(2010 VL65) 2011-Jun-140.190274.05.5 m - 12 m28.44.07
(2004 LO2) 2011-Jun-150.02549.930 m - 66 m24.815.29
Notes: LD means "Lunar Distance." 1 LD = 384,401 km, the distance between Earth and the Moon. 1 LD also equals 0.00256 AU. MAG is the visual magnitude of the asteroid on the date of closest approach.

1:11:00 AM

Florida Meteor Fireball 30MAY2011

 Florida Meteor Fireball Eyewitness Report From Orlando, FL 30MAY2011

E-mail From:

Noemi-Orlando FL:
Red/orange fire like ball flying across the sky.  It was moving slow from left to right, seemed lower than airplane altitude. It was big enough to see but it was slowly disappearing as it flew away . I live in Orlando, FL.  It was about 10:30 or 11pm on May 30.     thank you Noemi! what direction were you facing? thanks

***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***