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06 March 2014

Breaking News - NS NB PEI, Canada Fireball Meteor 05MAR2014

Breaking News -
Nova Scotia / New Brunswick / PEI Canada  Fireball Meteor approx. 2200 Atlantic 05MAR2014
23 Reports!
Nova Scotia / New Brunswick / PEI Canada Fireball Meteor 05MAR2014
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Initial Meteor Sighting Reports-
05MAR2014 Winny Digby Nova Scotia Canada 22:20:00 30 left like a blow torch ,,,,green and blue colors very bright on the end it was like blow torch no

05MAR2014 crystal minto,nb,canada 22:00:00 10 south geen sun no not enough time sorry

05MAR2014 sally molnar nine mile river,nova scotia canada 2200 AST 3 SECONDS RAVELING SOUTH TO NORTH BLUE WITH ORANGE TAIL BRIGHT AS THE MOON NO ;

05MAR2014 Jeff Skaling Canning, Nova Scotia, Canada 21:57 Atlantic time 2 seconds approximately Travelling north, north west. I was facing/driving north at the time It looked slightly blue, but that may have been from a band of window tint on my windshield Very bright, brighter and clearer than the moon (crescent moon was present in the western sky at the same time) None seen None

05MAR2014 Nicole Oickle Milton, Nova Scotia, Canada 21:49:00 about 30 secs right to left a little bit of white in the center but mainly blue almost as bright as the moon a little bit of dusting. went off behind the trees.

05MAR2014 Lisa Knowles St. Andrews, Nova Scotia, Canada 21:30 pm Atlantic 5-7 seconds I was facing went straight down Neon green, no sound the moon No I didn't notice a tail...if there was one it was dim

All 23 meteor sighting reports can be seen here

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1 comment:

Adka's Art said...

Andrea Jones, Greensboro, NC, USA 23:30 (11:30pm) it was traveling from west to east or left to right, straight bright wide streak with broken pieces in its tail, lasted approx. 3-4 seconds. Much bigger than shooting star, went off behind the trees. Didn't hear any sound or crash...