10:18:00 PM

SE Texas Green Meteor Fireball 25SEP2011

Email From:
Patricia T.-Santa Fe, TX:
Small, green, fireball with distinct tail sighted over Santa Fe, TX at 7:21 p.m..  I was driving, driving southeast and the fireball was traveling toward the east.  It disappeared over the trees.
thanks Patricia!

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10:00:00 PM

F-I-T-S Inquiries Indicate Bright Green N.E. US, S.E. Canada Meteor Fireball 25SEP2011

Email From:
Manny G.-Montreal, Canada:
I just saw a bright orange light with a tail falling over the city of Montreal, Canada at around 11:50PM on September 25th 2011. It was moving from North to South, roughly towards the St-Laurence river.      thank you Manny! Others who saw this please email a report to address below



F.I.T.S. (fireball internet traffic sources) Inquiries:
Kingston, Ontario arrived from google.com on "elp allsky" by searching for green fire streak over kingston.
21:54:31 -- 1 minute ago

Montreal, Quebec arrived from google.ca on "elp allsky" by searching for i just saw a falling object in the montreal sky.
21:54:14 -- 2 minutes ago

Derry, New Hampshire arrived from google.com on "elp allsky" by searching for something bright green just shot through sky.
21:48:43 -- 8 minutes ago



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8:27:00 PM

Widely Seen, Possibly Large Meteor Fireball LA, MS, AL, GA 25SEP2011

From The ELPALLSKY Chatbox:
Sep 25 2011, 6:46 PM Guest681 (guest):
Object over Metairie, LA Southeren sky traveling from east to west at a flat angle Long streak of greenish light trailing then flared bright white then winked out with an orange flash
 
Sep 25 2011, 8:17 PM Guest41 (guest):
Saw a low and huge shooting star in Mandeville,LA first it was red, the a huge green ball, then blue and it disappeared just over the tree line.


F.I.T.S. Inquiries:
Brookhaven, Mississippi arrived from search.yahoo.com on "elp allsky" by searching for falling from sky mississippi september 25 2011.
20:07:25 -- 6 minutes ago

Picayune, Mississippi arrived from google.com on "elp allsky" by searching for shooting star close to.
20:05:12 -- 9 minutes ago

Houma, Louisiana arrived from google.com on "elp allsky: Jan 19, 2011" by searching for green light falling from sky in lafayette, la.
19:25:52 -- 49 minutes ago

Marietta, Georgia arrived from google.com on "elp allsky" by searching for atmosphere something falling from the sky 9 / 25 / 2011.

Denham Springs, Louisiana arrived from google.com on "elp allsky" by searching for BRIGHT blue fireball with a red orange tail.
18:39:41 -- 1 hour 36 mins ago




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