Giant meteor fireball '10 times brighter than the full moon'
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Via David Finlay in Australian Meteor Reports.
I just took a report of a very bright and long lasting fireball from Steve Davis in Orford, Tasmania. The event occurred this morning, 5:15am AEST 15/5/15.
Steve described the fireball as lasting at least 3 seconds, perhaps more. It came from the east, travelled almost directly overhead at a heading of 250 degrees. He did not report any sonics. The fireball continued on below the tree line.
The heading has the fireball travelling towards the northern Hobart area, around Richmond or Bridgewater.
It would be interesting to see if any sonics were reported around these areas.
VIA- Thomas Kapitany
May 16 at 11:08pm
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