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28 October 2016

CO NM Fireball Meteor 27OCT2016 w/Fragmentation /Videos

Colorado, New Mexico Fireball Meteor 1845 MDT 27OCT2016 w/Fragmentation /Videos
This event should have been widely seen from several states! Likely more videos pending.,
MeteorRats possible scramble!

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Initial Sighting Report-
27OCT2016 Dan Fronefield  Peyton, CO, USA 1845 PM 3 to 4 seconds NE to SW, I was facing South. Appeared to be descending left to right at about 30-45 deg angle White with orange and blue Brighter than any planet. There was about 6-10 fragments Should have been picked up by Cloud Bait camera

27OCT2016 Jake  Parker, CO 1850 / 650pm MST 15 seconds of sight East to south/southwest Blue and white then orange spurts VERY bright blue and white like sun Yes as it got closer to ground South of Parker road and Arapaho maybe a mile, looked like it fell within 1/4 mile west of Parker Road beyond Broncos Parkway     

27OCT2016 Jeff Freeburg Costillo, NM 18:45 MST About 10 seconds. I was driving NE on NM Highway 522. The object traveled from the NNE slightly right to left about 10 to 20 degrees. Looked like it was North of Mount Blanca, east of the peak. It was near dusk behind a clould layer. The color was green-yellow. Brightest object in the sky. Didn't see any. Stopped glowing before it hit the ground.

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Other News Reports-
Video 1

Meteor seen in Littleton captured by dash cam
Posted to YouTube by Denver7 – The Denver Channel 33 views

Video 2
Meteor caught on video over Denver metro - Oct. 27, 2016
Posted to YouTube by Denver7 – The Denver Channel 170 views

Did you see it? Meteor flashes across the night sky in Colorado
The Denver Channel
At around 8:30 p.m., a Denver viewer from Littleton emailed the newsroom and said he caught the meteor on his dash cam on his way home Thursday ...

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