02 February 2016

MI WI Meteor 01FEB2016 w/ Video

MI WI Meteor 1827 CST / 1927 EST 01FEB2016 w/ Video

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2016 February 1 - Fireball (east camera)
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Fireball spotted over southern Wisconsin
SSEC - University of Wisconsin-Madison
Fireball spotted over sou… Fireball spotted over southern Wisconsin. Posted on February 2, 2016 in SSEC In the News ...

Fireball spotted streaking across nighttime sky
WTMJ (press release) (subscription) (blog)
A fireball was seen streaking across the sky Monday night. ... It isn't uncommon to see a fireball streak through the night sky, according to Lattis.

Did you see the meteor last night?
WISN Milwaukee
—Two different videos show what could be a meteor falling over Wisconsin ... If you saw the meteor, and captured video or photos, send them in to ...

Fireball seen over southern Wisconsin Monday evening: Reports
WTMJ-TV (press release) (registration) (blog)
Multiple sources have reported seeing some sort of fireball ormeteor over the skies of southern Wisconsin Monday evening. The Muscoda Police ...

Muscoda police dash cam films meteor streaking across sky
Dubuque Telegraph Herald
This screen shot from a dash cam shows a meteor above the skies of ... and Oceanic Sciences captured footage of the meteor as it crossed the sky...

Fireball seen over Madison skies on Monday
MADISON (WKOW) -- If you saw a bright flash over Madison Monday evening, what you actually saw was a fireball. It happened between 6:30 p.m. ...

Earth-grazing fireball over Wisconsin and Michigan caught on Video on February 1st
American Meteor Society
More than 110 witnesses have reported a large Earth-grazing fireball over Wisconsin and Michigan on February 1th around 6:25pm ET (February 2nd ...

Initial Sighting Reports-
01FEB2016 Tim Stevens Armada, Michigan 7:30pm eastern time 5-10 seconds Facing west, traveled from north to south Bright ball with tail Bright as moon Had a tail or stream. None

01FEB2016 Derek Saginaw, MI 19:28 EST 3-4 seconds Facing west, it traveled right to left (so north to south); based on the increased brightness as it descended, I expect it had a slight west to east path as well The streak was white but the fireball meteor had a blue tint to it as it approached terminal velocity. At end it was approximately 4-5 times brighter than Venus None I could distinctly see the glowing outline of the meteor itself in its last 300-400 milliseconds of visibility before burning out; I estimate this occured about 30 degrees above the horizon.

01FEB2016 Michelle Hartland Twp, MI USA EST 19:28 PM 8 seconds S White/bluish Bright- Venus-like No Seemed large, circular, long-lasting before it burned out

01FEB2016 scott wales, WI, USA 6:28 central 3-45 seconds traveling south east bright white with bright blue tail very bright no very bright lighting up the sky, seemed very low as if going to hit the ground nearby

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