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13 August 2013

Breaking News - Hawley, TX Bolide Fireball Meteor 13AUG2013 - Perseid?

Breaking News -
Spectacular! Hawley, TX  Bolide at 00"50 CDT on 13AUG2013 with a duration of about four seconds.
This should have been captured in OKC, and perhaps NM. It has now been confirmed that it was not captured in OKC due to heavy overcast conditions.  If anyone witnessed this event please file a meteor sighting report- http://thelatestworldwidemeteorreports.blogspot.jp/2011/12/december-2011-meteorfireball-sighting.html
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Hawley, TX Bolide Fireball Meteor 06'50 UTC 13AUG2013
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Copyright- Kevin Palivec / Hawley, TX Sandia Sentinel All Sky
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Hawley, TX Bolide Fireball Meteor 06'50 UTC 13AUG2013
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Hawley, TX Bolide Fireball Meteor 06'50 UTC 13AUG2013
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Hawley, TX Bolide Fireball Meteor 06'50 UTC 13AUG2013
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Hawley, TX Bolide Fireball Meteor 06'50 UTC 13AUG2013
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Copyright- Kevin Palivec / Hawley, TX Sandia Sentinel All Sky
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Hawley, TX Bolide Fireball Meteor 06'50 UTC 13AUG2013
Copyright- Kevin Palivec / Hawley, TX Sandia Sentinel All Sky
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Witness report-
It was the hi-lite of our three-ish nites! were about 150 miles S/SW from Hawley' strait down, 45* to the flash at the horizon! Green lead with a thick purple to gold tail burned into our retinas! About the third most impressive sky event I've seen. We were actually surprised we didn't hear the crackle or impact. ThePappawheelie

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1 comment:

ThePappawheelie said...

It was the hi-lite of our
three-ish nites! were about 150 miles S/SW from Hawley' strait down, 45* to the flash at the horizon! Green lead with a thick purple to gold tail burned into our retinas! About the third most impressive sky event I've seen. We were actually surprised we didn't hear the crackle or impact.