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25 February 2014

CO MT Fireball Meteor 23FEB2014

CO MT Meteor With Sonics Approx. 18'15 MST 23FEB2014
CO MT Meteor With Sonics Approx. 18'15 MST 23FEB2014
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Initial Meteor Sighting Reports-
23FEB2014 Jake Yutzy Denver, CO 18:25 PM MTN 4-6 seconds N to NNE 12 o'clock to 1 o'clock 12 being due north orange and white fireball brightest thing in cloudy sky none seen I was driving NE and it was bright enough to get my attention to the north. I had time to look at it, for a couple seconds, look at the road and look back at it to see the firebell go out.

23FEB2014 Jana mccloud, MT? 8.17PM 10 sec United States facing west, it was heading south fireball, white tail bright, red tip of tail, saw a big white flash fireball, sun no white flash just looked like a fireball falling

23FEB2014 Don Longmont, CO,USA 1812 5 seconds From SW toward NE Bright white in color, went out side to see if any sound could be heard, but no sound occurred Much brighter than the landing lights on passenger jet descending from 12000 feet into Denver, which passed by about 20 seconds after the metior passed Object dividend into at least two pieces, and became larger in size as the fragments burned up about 1 or 2 seconds later First observed at when looking due N. at about 45 deg above the horizon, and burned out at about 30 degrees above the horizon while looking at about a 030 heading.

23FEB2014 AW Frisco, CO USA 18:00:00 2 sec N-NE Almost Vertical Travel Bright White Same as Venus No framentation None

All 5 meteor sighting reports can be seen here
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