Very large fireball over north central New Mexico Dec 05 2013 0410:07
UT ( 9:10:07 pm MST Wednesday evening ) About as bright as full
moon. -12 or so.
Here is the all-sky capture with radio scatter. Luckily clouds were
thin enough at the time to get nine seconds of visibility. But I did not
get the terminal point of flight.
Radio-wise, as is often the case, the largest fireballs can make the
least intense forward scatter reflections.
It looks like there are accumulating reports of this fireball at the AMS
Thomas Ashcraft - Heliotown - New Mexico
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