3:50:00 PM

NASA Fireball Camera Captures Bright Early A.M. ISS Pass Over SE U.S. 15JUN2011

From ELPALLSKY 15JUN2011:
A NASA fireball camera located at the Tellus Science Center in Cartersville, GA was watching when the International Space Station flew directly overhead in the pre-dawn skies this morning 15JUN2011. Below is a composite image of the ISS's flight courtesy of Bill Cooke, Director of NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office at the Marshall Space Flight Facility in Huntsville, AL. Enjoy!

image courtesy Bill Cooke-NASA MSFC-MEO-EV44...click image to enlarge
 

9:26:00 AM

Bright Meteor Fireball Northwest Texas, West Central OK Captured By Fireball Camera 12:51am CDT 15JUN2011

Hawley Texas Fireball Camera Captures Bright Event 05:51 UTC (12:51am CDT) 15JUN2011

image and movie courtesy Kevin Palivec-Hawley, TX
video

12:47:00 AM

Breaking Meteor Fireball News...Vermont, New Hampshire, New York Meteor Fireball 15JUN2011

FITS Indicates Possible New England Meteor Fireball 15JUN2011

From FITS Inquiries:

Keene, New Hampshire arrived from google.com on "elp allsky: Green Meteor Fireball New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut 22APR2011..." by searching for Meteorite northern Massachusetts to southern New Hampshire .
21:51:51 -- 2 hours 44 mins ago

Astoria, New York arrived from google.com on "elp allsky: NY Blue Meteor Fireball 05JUN2011" by searching for blue meteor in sky Astoria.
21:50:19 -- 2 hours 45 mins ago

Starksboro, Vermont arrived from google.com on "elp allsky: Coincidental Australia ISS Fly-Over AND Early Morning Large Bright Green Bolide Event Confuse Perth Residents, Astronomers, And Local Media 10MAY2011" by searching for space station flyover 2011.
21:03:01 -- 3 hours 34 mins ago

***If you witnessed this fireball, please email wxtx01@gmail.com with details. Please include time, date, your location, which way you were facing, direction the object traveled (left to right etc.), color, any fragmentation, sounds (booms, sizzles, hisses etc.). Thank you!***

12:06:00 AM

BREAKING METEOR FIREBALL NEWS...Fragmenting Blue/Green Bolide Central And North Texas ~11:40pm CDT 14JUN2011

Bright Fireball North And Central Texas Fragments As Skywatchers Describe

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Email From:
Kent M.-On The Road-TX:
So, it took me a while, but here is the info:
I left the Hertz garage at George Bush Int. at 11:08, says my receipt.  About half an hour later, heading toward Woodlands on I45, just south of Spring.  So driving  about 5 degrees west of north, I spotted the lit object falling slightly eastward from straight down.  I recall it being an orange color before it disappeared behind trees or a freeway ramp.
Best regards,
Kent


Joe C.-Baird, TX:
I was traveling east towards Weatherford,Tx on June14,2011 around 11:30 pm on I-20 when me and my wife both saw what appeared to be a meteor streak across the sky directly in front of us and break apart right before impacting the ground. It was traveling from the SE to NW. We were around mile marker 290 around Baird,Texas . I've seen meteors/falling stars before but  they were always streaking across the sky. This was the closest i've ever seen one and it appeared to actually impact the earth not burn out in the night sky like the ones i'd seen before.It was an amazing sight. We were traveling back from Colorado on vacation and i decided to search the internet and see if anyone else saw what we saw and thats when i ran across your site.   thank you Joe!

Gerry-Chandler, TX:
Sent from my iPod chandler Texas 75758 it was 11:40 ish it was almost baby blue it looked to me to break into 3 pieces saw out of the corner of my eye turned my head and saw it once in a lifetime Gerry cool   thank you Gerry!

Julie-Conroe, TX:
11:34 PM Central Standard time Tuesday June 14, just saw a pretty good sized fire ball come from the south heading North North West. I am located 30 miles north of George Bush Intercontinental Airport. I am just slightly west of city limits of Conroe, TX. Looked as though it fell in-line with the south/north route of I-45. White orange in color. Clear FLAME trail behind it, made no sound.   excellent report Julie. Thank you!
followup from Julie: Was slightly above tress in sky from south, lost it in tree line to my NNW. Hope it helps!     indeed it does! Thanks again.

From FITS Inquiries:

Spring, Texas arrived from google.com on "elp allsky: Two Central-Southeast Texas Green Fireballs ~11:45pm 28MAY2011-~12:15am CDT 29MAY2011" by searching for flash in sky woodlands tx june 2011.
23:12:05 -- 49 minutes ago

Woodway, Texas arrived from google.com on "elp allsky: Breaking Meteor News Texas...Major Bright Green Fireball Bolide Seen Over Dallas-Fort Worth And Central TX ~10:30 pm CST 12 Mar 2011" by searching for What is a green meteor made out of.
23:04:42 -- 57 minutes ago

Dallas, Texas arrived from google.com on "elp allsky: Jan 14, 2011" by searching for green lights in sky 11:30 pm tx june 14 2011.
23:00:50 -- 1 hour 1 min ago

Mabank, Texas arrived from google.com on "elp allsky" by searching for 6-14-2011 meteor 5 min ago.
22:43:04 -- 1 hour 20 mins ago

Austin, Texas arrived from google.com on "elp allsky: Two Central-Southeast Texas Green Fireballs ~11:45pm 28MAY2011-~12:15am CDT 29MAY2011" by searching for green light austin sky.
23:54:30 -- 18 minutes ago

12:05:00 AM

F-I-T-S Indicates Possible Meteor Fireball Eastern Tennessee 14-15JUN2011

FITS Inquiries:

Lenoir City, Tennessee arrived from google.com on "elp allsky: AL, GA ,TN, NC, FL, Large Bright Green Fireball 20MAY2011..." by searching for green ball in sky in tennessee.
22:37:11 -- 1 hour 57 mins ago

***If you witnessed this fireball, please email wxtx01@gmail.com with details. Please include time, date, your location, which way you were facing, direction the object traveled (left to right etc.), color, any fragmentation, sounds (booms, sizzles, hisses etc.). Thank you!***