The Latest 25 Worldwide Meteors Dynamic Map™ ©2009-2016

20 September 2014

Hobart, Tasmania / VIC Australia Meteor 20SEP2014

Hobart, Tasmania / VIC Australia Meteor Approx. 2030 Local Time 20SEP2014
"click on image to enlarge"
Hobart, Tasmania / VIC Australia Meteor Approx. 2030 Local Time 20SEP2014
v.1 c2014 LunarMeteoriteHunter / Google Earth
Check your security cameras!
Please file your meteor sightings please HERE-
http://lunarmeteoritehunters.blogspot.jp/2000/11/meteor-fireball-report-form.html

Please help get the word about this event so that we might recover security camera video or cell phone captures; spread the word about this website via Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Reddit, GLP, SOTT and your favorite forums; contact your local news outlets; thank you!  Tell them about this website and event.

http://lunarmeteoritehunters.blogspot.com

Initial Meteor Sighting Reports-
Hobart, Tasmania
I saw a large fireball/ meteor in the sky over Hobart tonight, 20th September at a little after 8.30pm. I was looking NW and it travelled to the west, lasted about 2 seconds, quite a golden fiery colour. It started small but got bigger and brighter before just going out, travelling fast! -Anna

Saturday 20 September 2014. Sighted in inner Melbourne shooting very brightly to the south down towards the CBD at around 20.30 (or at the precise point on the night's 7Mate screening of Apollo 13 when things started to go horribly wrong for Tom Hanks and Kevin Bacon). Appeared like a meteor or space junk with tail. Andrew Northcote Vic. -Boxie Blog

20SEP2014 Sarah Higman Geelong, VIC, Australia 20.35 5 approx -38.055901, 144.392339 Facing north east. Meteor going from left to right White, breaking up as it fell Moon Yes! Lots of bits falling off

All meteor sighting reports can be seen here
http://thelatestworldwidemeteorreports.blogspot.com/


2014 The Year of "CERTAIN Uncertainty" ™; Meteors, Asteroids, Comets, and MORE!!

1 comment:

Boxie Blog said...

Saturday 20 September 2014. Sighted in inner Melbourne shooting very brightly to the south down towards the CBD at around 20.30 (or at the precise point on the night's 7Mate screening of Apollo 13 when things started to go horribly wrong for Tom Hanks and Kevin Bacon). Appeared like a meteor or space junk with tail. Andrew Northcote Vic.