06 June 2014

CO SD NE WY ND Fireball Meteor Event 05JUN2014

Breaking News- Colorado / South Dakota / Nebraska / Wyoming / North Dakota Fireball Meteor Event Approx. 21:21pm MDT / 22'21 CDT 05JUN2014

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Seen in at LEAST 5 States! 40 Reports!
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 CO SD NE WY ND Fireball Meteor Event Approx. 21:21pm MDT 05JUN2014
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Fireball Meteor Event Seen in at Least 4 States CO/ SD/ NE/ WY
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Initial Report-
05JUN/2014 Matt Bellvue, CO 9:21pm MST 8-10? S to N, Facing East, R to L white, red hue at peak Brighter than Venus. large trail but no frags observed very flat trajectory. Tried for photo, too quick.

05JUN/2014 Ben Weeks Livermore Colorado USA 21:22 - 9:22 pm MT 3 seconds? east to west I was loking north Huge Fireball falling star, largest I have ever seen by far, maybe ten percent of the size of the full moon relative to my perspective. I am in lnorth east Colorado 30 miles from Wyoming it was north of me traveling east to west Very very bright the size and the distint fireball surrounding were nothing like I have ever seen and I am 50+. I could see the large object (bolide?) and the gren fire swirling around it!The object was actually darker the fireball bright as the moon. I have never seen the swirls of the fireball before or anything this big. No fragmentation Incredible. I will never forget it.

05JUNE2014 Chris Perry Loveland 2224 MT Pm 5-7 seconds right/left northwest right to left northeast pink/blue no sound moon none observed none

05JUN2014 Dane Andersen Sioux Falls, SD, USA 10:00PM (UTC-06:00 15 sec SE-NW facing West Orange sparkling tail, no sound About the same as the moon. Yes, there was a tail. This is my first supposed meteor sighting, so I hope I'm not way off. I was awestruck, so I had to go somewhere to learn more. I haven't seen anything quite like it before, with its particular size, speed, distance, and appearance. Educate me if I'm full of shit!

MBIQ Data Set-
05Jun2014 Jerry Pierre, South Dakota USA2210 2210 Central, PM 10sec East to West bright light no sound full moon none low in the horizon

Neepawa, Manitoba arrived from bing.com on "Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News" by searching for meteor 5th june 2014 1135pm.
13:06:04 -- 21 minutes ago

Rapid City, South Dakota arrived from us.yhs4.search.yahoo.com on "Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News: MBIQ Indicates Meteor Event Over South Dakota, North Dakota, Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, Minnesota and Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Canada 23AUG2011" by searching for meteor at 6 5 14 in rapid city sd.
13:02:54 -- 23 minutes ago

Fort Collins, Colorado arrived from bing.com on "Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News: Breaking News- Colorado / New Mexico Daytime Bolide 02JUN2014" by searching for Colorado Meteor Sighting.
12:56:46 -- 29 minutes ago

Rock Springs, Wyoming arrived from google.com on "Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News: The Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News 05JUN2014" by searching for meteor june 5,2014.
12:52:31 -- 33 minutes ago

All 40 meteor sighting reports can be seen here

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1 comment:

BJW said...

Myself and 3 other people also witnessed this event. About one mile outside of Hill City, 5300 ft. peak in the hills of South Dakota. Around 9 pm, viewed from its rising, crossing, and heard a low sonic boom like sound upon landing or burning up. Definitely moon-sized appearance, flames in the tail, white disk shaped, best any of us have seen in our 50+ year life spans.