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12 March 2015

Colorado Wyoming Early Morning Fireball / Meteor 11MAR2015

Colorado Wyoming Early Morning Fireball / Meteor Apprx. 0600 MDT 11MAR2015
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Colorado Wyoming Early Morning Fireball / Meteor Apprx. 0600 MDT 11MAR2015
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Initial Meteor Sighting Report/s-

Greeley 06:07Mountain Time AM not sure seemed like less than 10 sec E-W(Right-Left) ,S-N (47th Ave 20th Street when sighted) White cluster with yellow/orange long tail ) moon no seemed to burn out

Fort Collins Colorado USA 6 am mtn time zone 20-30 sec facing north,travel east to west started approx. 30 degrees east of true north ended 45 degrees above horizon blue ball with yellow to red tail very bright to start then burned out no looked like it fell into the atmosphere and then burned itself out quickly but moved fast enough it should have made a noise but didn't

CASPER, WY, USA 600 10 SEC FACING EAST, METEOR TRAVELING FROM ENE TO WSW LARGE FIREBALL WITH A VERY DISTINCTIVE LONG TAIL, QUITE LARGE, SEVERAL COLORS OFF BALL AND TAIL ABOUT AS BRIGHT AS A FULL MOON NOT NOTED LARGEST EVER SEEN

Boulder, CO USA 6:01:00 30 secs East to West Green As bright as the sun exploded at the end Amazing

Fort Collins, Colorado, USA 0600,AM MDT Estimated 20 seconds NE - SW Right to Left Green, with long orange tail. No sound. Brighter than the moon, like a roman candle Long trail, some debris Long, slow, dramatic path across the night sky. Best meteor I have ever seen.

Fort Collins, Colorado, USA 6:00:00 10/15/2015 NE to SW travel Color: White with sparks changing to dark red as the meteor progressed across the sky; it looked like it was getting much lower. Brighter than the moon at the brightest Yes, there were some small parts falling off, but no major parts This was the closest, largest, and longest lasting meteor I have ever seen. I fell like it had to have made it to the surface, I saw it cooling off (turning from white to yellow to red)

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