8:15:00 PM

Deep South Meteor Fireball ? 03OCT2011

Email From:
Land Solutions-Tuscaloosa, AL:
I live in Tuscaloosa, Alabama and was out walking the dog Sept. 3rd at 7:30pm and saw what appeared to be an orange ball of light  hovering in the sky. I was facing south and it looked to traveling south east. As a few minutes passed, it looked like it was on fire or a ball of fire. It slowly went away but as it did it changed from blue to white. I tried to get a picture with my phone but was not successful. I really have not given any thoughts about UFO's but after seeing this object, I began to wonder.  Anyone else in the south witness anything like this?


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12:15:00 AM

Texas Daylight Fireball Reported To ELPALLSKY 01OCT2011

TEXAS DAYLIGHT FIREBALL

Additional Eyewitnesses Needed On This Daylight Event !!

Email From:
Reagan R.- Lufkin, TX
10/1/2011 at 8:25 a.m., south of Diboll and north of Corrigan, TX.  Sighted while driving south on Highway 59. Bluish white with a slight green with distinct tail moving east to west. Became visible a little before the 11 o'clock position and began to diminish by the 2 o'clock position.  Tail began to diminish and object seemed to give off or break into orange pieces and disappear.  If anything made it to the ground it would most likely be in heavily forested area.  Not having witnessed anything in the daytime like this before (nor any at night that were anywhere near this big or bright) it seemed very low in the sky.  Not being more experienced at estimating these things it seemed to be only a few thousand feet away and was extremely bright. Witnessed by myself, my wife and couple in vehicle following us.



W.P.-Southwest LA 8:00-9:00am CDT
I saw an orange fireball with a long tailed, bright blue streak traveling through the sky, from east to west.  Just before, it passed from my range of vision, over the horizon, it broke into two parts.  Each part became an individual fireball and both appeared to burn out during their descension.  I was facing southwest, alone in my deer stand, when I initially saw the fireball appear in the west. 
WP in LA

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12:14:00 AM

Houston Meteor Fireball Reported To ELPALLSKY 01OCT2011

From The ELPALLSKY Chatbox:
Oct 1 2011, 7:25 PM Guest632 (guest):
I was driving to work this morning om I45 South at appr. 540am. I saw what I thought to be a falling star. It started out White and falling towards the skyline but soon turned to look like it was on fire as if an engine had burned out as it went down. Ellington Field, Hobby Airport are the only two strips I am aware of. I watched the news but have seen nothing reported. Space Junk??? I don't know, all I do think I know is that it did make it thru the atmosphere, maybe landed in the gulf, Galveston??

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12:13:00 AM

Spokane Meteor Fireball 01OCT2011

From The ELPALLSKY Chatbox:
Oct 1 2011, 10:24 PM Lisa D:  
I just seen a green fireball with a tail falling from the southwest in Spokane Valley WA