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The Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News
The Latest Worldwide Meteor/Fireball Reports:
Initial Meteor Sighting Reports:
19SEP2012 Chris Blackburn, Lancs, UK 1925 BST 3 NE sky, R to L White with possible trail Venus No Visible in daylight
19SEP2012 Tom Redmayne Skidbrooke, Lincolnshire, 53.42 N, 0.16 E 19.23 British Summer Time 2 seconds Facing N.N.E it fell from Right to left, the S.E to the N.W Bright white becoming orange before disappearing. No sounds. Brighter than Venus not as bright as the sun. One large body and about 5 or 6 smaller pieces falling away beneath it as it fell The smaller fragments fell and disappeared first and the single, large piece was last to vanish. The angle was steeply downward at about 40 Degrees.
19SEP2012 Sara Coulson skidbrooke, Lincolnshire 19.20hrs 4 or 5secs E;W yellow/orange sun/venus yes whilst driving looking towards northern sky
19SEP2012 David Nash St. Neots, UK 19:23BST 6sec I didn't see the beginning though NE towards N, Right to left downwards approx 30 deg from horizontal Yellow+White no sound, trail Brighter than Venus No Was seen during (fading) daylight
19SEP2012 Barry Holbeach Lincolnshire, UK 19.22 UK time 4 secs E - W facing to North very bright white fire sun no large long burn, half speed of perseid, low in sky / horizontal/ seemed to dip near finish/ don't think it completely burned up
19SEP2012 Simon Rummery Kirton, near Boston, Lincolnshire, UK 19.23 BST It lasted about 2 seconds. I was driving north on the A16 road. The meteor fell from low in the NE to NNE at an angle of 30 degrees. It was a very bright fast moving green light with a trail. It was brighter than Venus. I didn't see any fragmentation. Observed through the car windscreen at early dusk; the sky was still light.
19SEP2012 Andrew Tyas Sheffield,UK 18:21 GMT (19:21 local time due to daylight saving) Estimate that I was looking at it for 3-4 sec before it faded I was facing NE. Meteor travelled right to left and appeared go be heading slightly away from me so I'd estimate that it was heading towards NNE. It was about 20 deg above horizon and on trajectory about below horizontal Bright green. Didn't hear sound ( I was in car with radio on) Much brighter than Venus. Nowhere near as bright as Moon No. Have seen one fragmenting before. This was a single point None
19SEP2012 Richard C Crabtree Crook, County Durham 6-07amBST / 5-07amUTC 1 to 2 seconds at most I was facing west - direction of object travel was north to south Orange with a flame tail - no sound a bright as a fire / same as sun no obect appeared to be golf ball size from my perception, but could have been football to car size depending on the actual distance it was from my point of observation
19SEP2012 Jemma Blake Clifton, Bristol, BS8 06.08 am 2 seconds West Burning ball of yellow fire Like a ball of fire very bright and yellow had a tale of flames None
19SEP2012 Alan Forster PAIGNTON, DEVON, ENGLAND 01120:15SEC GMT+1 1SECOND START 20DEG, STOP 5DEG, S-N, FACING EAST START FAINT WHITE INCREASE TO BRIGHT GREEN MAG +6.0 AT MAXIMUM NO LOOKING OUT TO SEA. ANGLE OF APPROACH 45DEG. STARTED FAINT WHITE RAPIDLY BRIGHTENING ANS BECOMING INTENSE GREEN AT MAXIMUM THEN RAPIDLY FADING AND DISAPPEARING BEFORE REACHING EARTH/WATER. PHOTO OF ARTWORK TO FOLLOW
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