30 January 2011

Humacao, Puerto Rico Meteor Fireball 29JAN2011

Press Articles:



Humacao, Puerto Rico Meteor Fireball 8:00 pm 29JAN2011
Jan 30 2011, 10:53 AM timestamp
Guest818 (guest) wrote:
Meteor or fireball at the east coast of Puerto Rico above Humacao. About 8:00 PM on January 29, 2011.

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01:51:19 -- 11 minutes ago

It appears that this event was seen in Puerto Rico, Jamaica, and St. Thomas.  Please IF you saw it or know of a press report contact me: LunarMeteoriteHunter@gmail.com

IF you saw this meteor/meteorito please make a comment or let me know.  Gracias!

Thank you Raymond Borges of Puerto Rico for the information about the two press articles.


Lunar Meteorite * Hunter said...

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Anonymous said...

It was around 8:00 pm when I saw it,it was like a ball of fire soaring through the sky for around ten seconds, Ive never seen anything like that.Im a little concerned about our current technology's efficiency at tracking down potentially dangerous meteorites for our planet as this one was spotted preety close for us to do anything about it. Omar ,Carolina Puerto Rico

Unknown said...

My wife and I saw the meteor from Flamenco Beach, Culebra. When I spotted it it was due south of us moving east, about 60 degrees above horizon. It was slower than most dashes of shooting stars I've seen, and much brighter. I watched it for 4-5 seconds, when it burned out to our southeast, about 30 degrees above horizon. Late in the flare it flashed green, and there was one small fragment that broke off half a second before it disappeared.