11:28:00 PM

FITS Inquiry...Possible Northern Colorado Meteor Fireball 03JUN2011

Colorado Residents...If you saw an a.m. fireball on 03JUN2011, please email wxtx01@gmail.com with a time, date, and a description of what you saw. Thank you!  

From FITS Inquiry:

Fort Collins, Colorado arrived from google.com on "elp allsky: Early Morning L.A. Area Meteor Fireball 03JUN2011..." by searching for meteor morning june 3 2011.
21:02:35 -- 2 hours 20 mins ago

11:19:00 PM

FITS Indicates Possible NY State Meteor Fireball 03JUN2011

EYEWITNESS REPORTS NEEDED...NY, PA, NJ, MA, CT, RI, NH...please email wxtx01@gmail.com

From FITS Inquiries:

Honeoye Falls, New York arrived from google.com on "elp allsky" by searching for june 3, 2011, meteorite siting in rochester, ny.
21:30:25 -- 1 hour 41 mins ago

East Setauket, New York arrived from google.com on "elp allsky: Early Morning L.A. Area Meteor Fireball 03JUN2011..." by searching for june 3rd 2011 fireball.
20:19:24 -- 2 hours 53 mins ago


3:44:00 PM

Bright Meteor Fireball Over FL Captured By Sandia Sentinel Fireball Camera 02JUN2011

Image Of Florida Fireball Captured At Florida Institute Of Technology-Melbourne, FL 05:26:51 UTC (01:26:51 EDT) 02JUN2011-Sandia Sentinel Fireball Camera
composite image courtesy Dwayne Free-FL Institute Of Technology-Melbourne, FL click image to enlarge

2:47:00 PM

Early Morning L.A. Area Meteor Fireball 03JUN2011...

E-Mail From:

Charla P.-Burbank, CA:
Hi! I'm in Burbank, California and it passed right between (I think it was) Jupiter and Venus, about the size of Jupiter (maybe a bit bigger because it was aglow), with a tail about 3 to 4 times the size of the ball, and it lasted (I'm guessing here because it disappeared behind the rooftops) about 3 seconds. 5:10 or 5:15AM, Friday, June 3. I got more than I bargained for when I set the alarm to get up to see the aligned planets. Very cool.
Best,
Charla     thanks for the heads up Charla!

***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***

10:50:00 AM

Bright Fireball OK, NW TX Captured By Sandia Sentinel Fireball Camera 02JUN2011

Early Nighttime Meteor Fireball Over Oklahoma, Northwest Texas Captured On Video 02JUN2011 02:31:07 UTC-9:31:07 pm CDT

direct view camera looking N toward OKC-courtesy Kevin Palivec
from Sandia Sentinel All Sky Fireball Camera-courtesy Kevin Palivec
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