10:42:00 PM

F.I.T.S. Internet Traffic Suggests California Meteor Fireball 25 JUN2011

FITS Inquiries From:
Huntington Beach, California arrived from google.com on "elp allsky: BREAKING METEOR NEWS...Green Meteor Fireball Southern California 05APR2011...Indicated By Inquiry" by searching for huntington beach, ca june 25, 2011 meteor.
22:35:54 -- 3 minutes ago

San Diego, California arrived from google.com on "elp allsky: Breaking Meteor News...Exploding Meteor Fireball Southern California 9:56pm PDT 21APR2011..." by searching for meteorite in san diego junE 25.
23:41:16 -- 1 hour 40 mins ago

Lake Elsinore, California arrived from google.com on "elp allsky" by searching for what was the orange light in the sky tonight june 25, 2011.
00:37:11 -- 43 minutes ago

***If you are searching for information about a meteor fireball that you witnessed, please leave a report of what you saw at wxtx01@gmail.com Please include the date and time, the direction you were facing/driving, the direction in which the object moved (upper left to lower right etc.) approximate size and brightness compared to a full moon, color, any flashes, streaks, fragmentation and any sounds or delayed sounds such as sonic booms, hisses, sizzles etc. Thank you! Your cooperation is vital to research/recovery efforts so please take time to report.***  

10:32:00 PM

F.I.T.S  Website Traffic Indicates Another Texas Meteor Fireball 25JUN2011
Reports, Videos/Photos Needed !!! Email wxtx01@gmail.com
E-mail Reports From:
Anne M.-Austin, TX:
Hello, I just wanted to let someone know that on June 25, 2011 around 9:45 pm central time in Austin, TX, I spotted what looked like a meteor or space trash burning up as it entered the atmosphere. The object seemed to be about about ten times as big as a shooting star and so it immediately caught my attention.  As I watched it for about three seconds, it shot down as opposed to across the sky and was yellow as opposed to white in color.  I am very interested in astrology and it seemed to be a truly a unique sighting for me.   


Anonymous-San Antonio, TX:
Hello, just wanted to report a sighting. Conveniently enough out of the 12-13 people that were on a roof at a party, I happened to be the only faced to where I saw the meteor/fireball/spacetrash. I'm not too sure which direction it went, but it was around 10-11 (not too sure), very very bright, yellow/reddish/orange ball in the sky. I saw it for about 5 seconds, I jumped up and said, "Holy crap look!!!" and it wasn't enough time for my buds to see it. I'm a stargazer, and have never seen something like that. It didn't make a noise, it was fairly quiet out on the roof. Thanks!

FITS Inquiries:
Arlington, Texas arrived from google.com on "elp allsky" by searching for shooting star dallas June 25th 2011.
02:16:12 -- 1 hour 43 mins ago 

Leander, Texas arrived from google.com on "elp allsky" by searching for june 25 shooting star south.
23:20:23 -- 2 hours 3 mins ago 


Austin, Texas arrived from google.com on "elp allsky" by searching for fireball in sky austin tx 6.25.2011.
22:08:47 -- 10 minutes ago

San Antonio, Texas arrived from google.com on "elp allsky: North Texas Meteor Fireball 18JUN2011" by searching for fireball in converse texas.
21:49:33 -- 30 minutes ago

United States arrived from google.com on "elp allsky: Central TX-College Station Green Meteor Fireball 22APR2011..." by searching for meteor near college station tx.
21:11:05 -- 1 hour 8 mins ago

Killeen, Texas arrived from google.com on "elp allsky" by searching for i saw something in the sky tonight killeen tx.
20:31:38 -- 1 hour 48 mins ago

***If you are searching for information about a meteor fireball that you witnessed, please leave a report of what you saw at wxtx01@gmail.com Please include the date and time, the direction you were facing/driving, the direction in which the object moved (upper left to lower right etc.) approximate size and brightness compared to a full moon, color, any flashes, streaks, fragmentation and any sounds or delayed sounds such as sonic booms, hisses, sizzles etc. Thank you! Your cooperation is vital to research/recovery efforts so please take time to report. ***