2:36:00 AM

Triple California Fireball Events !!!...Eyewitness Report...Daylight Meteor Fireball Southern California...Another Large Fireball Later That Night...A Third Just Before Midnight 07AUG2011

Observers Witness A Daylight Fireball Event From L.A. Area ~7:30 P.M. PDT 07AUG2011...Another Fireball at 10:30 P.M. PDT...And A Third ! at 11:45 P.M. PDT
EVENT #1
Email From:
William K.-North Of L.A.:
Hi, I live in Monrovia in the San Gabriel Valley northeast of the Los Angeles metro area.  Today walking home I saw a fireball headed due west at approximately 7:30 pm.  It was very large, and my first thought was the shuttle landing, or some space station debris.  It had a long tail like a comet with a very distinct head, but I really couldn't tell how fast it was traveling because I only saw it through the trees.  I think it was pretty fast because when I put the groceries away and came back outside, it was gone. I saw it at less than 45 deg from the horizon, so I missed most of it. Any info would be appreciated, I hope it wasn't important space debris.  Hope this helps.
Thanks,
Bill K.   thank you Bill...checking with additional sources for possible video. OTHERS ?? Please report HERE
  

EVENT #2
Senaida S.- L.A. Freeway I-5:
As my family and I were driving last night on California  I-5 north towards the Antelope Valley Freeway I-14 @ around 10:30 pm. We saw a  huge bright green streak of light with a white tail almost like a shooting star but bigger! It was on our right hand side. I believe it was headed East to West or North to North West it was a little hard to tell on the freeway.Still don’t know what it was but it scared the Sh** out of us. Just wondering if anyone else saw the same thing and if anyone knows what it was.
Thanks!
Senaida     with a capital S no less! thank YOU Senaida!...Apparently a second CAL event in one day!

EVENT #3
Max M. & Friend-Jenner, CA:
My buddy and i were camping along highway 1 near Jenner on sunday night. It was a nice night, no light pollution. Could see the big dipper in the North West and Milkyway up above.
Saw a few falling stars , then was staring at the ground when i say all the ground around me light up, my friend grabbed me, I looked up and say the trail or a HUGE comet. Lookes like the end of a meteor that was burning up as it entered the atmosphere. I was so big and long, i saw the bight yellow orange light fade away and saw the smokey comet trail. It was shooting from North and ended south.A good two seconds long. I could hear it fizzing burning. Incredible!!! My friend and i couldn't get over it.
Before the huge on, I remember seeing a smaller on about 20min before that lit up the sky. This was on Very late at night August 7th. didnt have a watch on.
 Longest falling (shooting star) i have ever seen!!!!
This was 1 mile south of Jenner in California at the mouth of the Russian River  Incredible Max...Three in one day for CAL! Thank you!

ADDITIONAL REPORTS NEEDED ON THESE EVENTS !! 
If you are searching for information about this fireball and witnessed it, 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 information is vital to research/recovery efforts so please take time to report.

2:33:00 AM

Possible Double Ohio/Indiana/Ontario Canada Meteor Fireball Events Indicated By Internet Traffic Sources 08AUG2011

F.I.T.S. (fireball internet traffic sources) Activity Suggests Two Significant Fireball Events Seen Over Ohio 08AUG2011

***If you are searching for information about this fireball and witnessed it, 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 information is vital to research/recovery efforts so please take time to report.***

 EMAIL CONFIRMATION !! On These Events Just In To ELPALLSKY
Event #1...
Email From:
Don F.-Columbus OH:
I live in columbus Ohio and seen a green fireball very big as like a huge basketball falling from the sky. It was going north to south at I would say a 45° angle. I didn't hear no sounds or nothing but im very interested in knowing what it is and what actually happens to it when it hits the ground. If I had to say where it was headed I would say canada would be the location, that's the way I was looking at it. Time was around 1:20 EDT in the morning
Thanks don     thank you Don!

Marian S.-Hamilton, Ontario Canada:
Driving south on Gage Avenue from Burlington Street in Hamilton Ontario approx. 1:20 am EDT August 8, 2011 we saw a meteor as described by Don F.-Columbus OH.
Teresa and Marian     thanks for the confirmation Marian!

Abe G.-Windsor, Ontario:
Report from my sister as she was driving east on Talbot Road from Windsor Ontario Canada towards Maidstone on Monday August 8th at about 1:15am.
She witnessed a fireball falling at about a 45 degree angle from the north to south. She saw it as she was driving by the gas station that’s on the north side of the road just before Maidstone (the old Big Chief Gas Station). She believes it landed less than a quarter mile to her right in a field. She described it as having a long white tail with blue and red flames at the end of the tail. She is sure that it was not extinguished before it hit the ground.
I have given the best description I can from what she just told me over the phone. I plan to drive with her to the location this week and will update you if any of the above information is inaccurate. Reports from any other witnesses would be appreciated.   thank you Abe! Please see above reports for verification

From The ELPALLSKY Chatbox:
Aug 8 2011, 5:20 AM Guest585 (guest): 
I saw a green fireball from Auburn Indiana looking to the west towards Ohio at approx 12.20.am. CDT Upper left to lower right at approx 15 degree angle it appeared at approx 15 degrees north of true west and i followed it to approx 20 degrees south of true west at which point view was obstructed by buildings it was very low 45 degrees off of horizontal or lower i would say. light green in color with light green cloud surrounding object and a split light green to almost white tail, larges I've ever seen. almost as bright as full moon. no explosions or any sounds i could make out. no flashes at least till i lost visibility.   thanks guest 585!

Event #2...
William H.-Euclid, OH:
I was facing the south, southwest sky at 5:40 AM today (Aug.8). There was a brilliant flash followed by a long streak of light. It was so bright that it actually startled me. I live in the eastern suburb of Euclid, Ohio.     thank you William!

F.I.T.S. Inquiries:
Lorain, Ohio arrived from google.com on "elp allsky" by searching for green streak in sky 2011.--01:51:06 -- 37 minutes ago

Monroe, Ohio arrived from google.com on "elp allsky: Elevated Green Fireball Activity Expected APR 25-MAY 02, 2011 As NEO's Approach..." by searching for increased fireball activity.--01:42:00 -- 46 minutes ago

Brooklyn, New York arrived from google.com on "elp allsky" by searching for ohio skies "green streak".--01:17:12 -- 1 hour 12 mins ago