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31 October 2014

Hawley, Texas Fireball Meteor 30OCT2014

Hawley, Texas Fireball Meteor 1030 UTC 30OCT2014
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Hawley, Texas Fireball Meteor 1030 UTC 30OCT2014
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Hawley, Texas Fireball Meteor 1030 UTC 30OCT2014
Credit- Sandia Sentinel Allsky, Keven Palivec
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Hawley, Texas Fireball Meteor 1030 UTC 30OCT2014
Credit- Sandia Sentinel Allsky, Keven Palivec

Initial Meteor Sighting Reports-

30OCT2014 Melissa Dawn Rowell Marlin, Texas 3:40 am central Maybe a few seconds S-N Shooting fireball. Started out white then burst into green sizzling fire. Didn't hear a sound because I was driving. Brighter than a normal shooting star, but not bright as the sun. Not that I could tell It was to to west of me shooting south to north. I have seen two others. All a little different. This one shot in a straight line at close to a 45 degree angle. It started out close to a white to light bluish color and halfway down if burst into a green flash and seemed to sizzle as it feel a second or so more the appeared to burn out.

30OCT2014 Kevin Palivec Hawley, Texas USA 03:34 am Cst 4 seconds north / north north east N/a Black and White camera little more than moon yes terminal burst and training fragment and flames


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1 comment:

Carla Allen said...

I live in Arlington, Texas close to Pantego, and the vey early morning of October 30 0r 31st of 2014, I saw a falling ball in the sky around 2am. I don't know if it was a meteor, it moved very fast sort of angled but I only saw a white light no colors.