More Fireballs!

More and more… it’s NOT letting up!

Two separate fireballs blaze over East and West coasts of Canada, 25 February 2013

25 February 2013 – Kristine Waverley, Nova Scotia 21:45 AST

5 seconds duration. It went from right to left, I was facing North. Blue colour, as bright as the Sun. It was very low in the sky.

25 February 2013 – Nadia, Porters Lake, Nova Scotia 10:00 pm Atlantic Std. Time

~ 3 seconds duration. Moved from South to North. No sound. Bright yellow colour with a green flaming tail. As bright as the Sun/moon. It burned up before my eyes, and moved fast and low.

25 February 2013 – Christine Kristen, VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA 18:25 PST

3 seconds or so duration. Big bright streak, straight down. I was facing west. It was white colour. It was very bright and seemed very big considering how far away it appeared (perhaps over the Pacific coast?). Sky was still light.

25 February 2013 – Darragh Courtenay, BC, Canada 18:30 PST

I saw it for 2 seconds as I was driving through town. I was facing it and it was heading north at a sharp enough angle downwards. Bright white colour with a white tail and trail of smoke into the hills. It was bright, cause it was still a clear sky and still daylight there was a long trail of smoke. I tried to track it down, cause it looks like it went to the ground, there was a vertical smoke stream.

And another!

Comet fragment breaks apart over southern U.S.? Enormous fireball reported over Gulf of Mexico, 27 February 2013

27 February 2013 – Max Watts, Dickinson 03:25 CST

I’d say it lasted for about 1 minute and 30 seconds from the time I first noticed it. It was real bright with red tails. I thought it was a comet at first glance. Brighter than the full moon, this thing was very large. In fact, it was one large piece with a number of fragments behind it. It seemed to be heading Northeast. I fully expected to hear several impacts but heard none. My first thought was ‘Russia!’ and that now it’s happening here!

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