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20 June 2014

TX LA Fireball Meteor 18JUN2014

TX LA Fireball Meteor Approx. 2100 CDT 18JUN2014
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TX LA Fireball Meteor Approx. 2100 CDT 18JUN2014
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Initial Meteor Sighting Report-

18JUN2014 Dan DeSandro Lafayette, LA 21:04/CST/PM 3 seconds +/- ESE/WNW While Driving: Noticed a distinct white flash similar to heat lightning, then a bright white fireball Venus possible because of flash The flash that preceded the fireball was a first for me. Wish I had a cam going for this.

18JUN2014 Jill marlin, tx 21:10:00 7 seconds? south white/yellow moon yes on tail none

18JUN2014 BRENDA JASPER TEXAS USA 9 PM CENTRAL TIME 10 SECONDS FROM NORTH HEADED SOUTHWEST LOOKED LIKE A HUGE FIREBALL, MOVING SLOW ACROSS SKY ALMOST AS BRIGHT AS SUN COULD NOT TELL First time I had every saw something like that, I have seen falling stars. It was a very cool experience.

18JUN2014 Charles Davis Kaufman, TX USA 2053pm 5 seconds Straight down from the sky, I was facing Fire, bright orange Very bright Yes as it got closer to the ground Grandson saw it at the same time in Seagoville TX USA

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