We saw a bright orange fireball in Nova Scotia this evening at 9:40pm ADT.
It was travelling from North to South, at a 45 degree downward angle, in the Lawrencetown, Annapolis Valley area. It was very bright and displayed medium length tail for three seconds. It appeared much closer than any meteor we've seen before. The date was 05 November 2011, 9:40pm Atlantic Daylight Time. It was a bright orange colour, much like a flare. I would rate its brightness as "sun". -Lynn Thank you Lynn!
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