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Fireball Over UK & Ireland

 
Anonymous Coward
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09/21/2012 08:46 PM
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On culture night too, wtf...
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09/21/2012 08:47 PM
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Re: Fireball Over UK & Ireland
lots or reports and great pics on page 2
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18672155




that's not a meteor breaking up in your vid

those are "orbs"

they group together, make shapes in the doing like chevron shapes, etc

and/or split up and float along independently

they've been here for awhile

still looking for pics of the meteor
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09/21/2012 08:47 PM
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Must have been huge--wonder what the media has to say about it? Should have seen this thing coming a long time ago.bump
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They warned us last night.

The BBC repeated the Horizon docu on BBC 4 - Asteroids, the good, the bad and the fugly.

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09/21/2012 08:48 PM
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Re: Fireball Over UK & Ireland
It was 10 times brighter than this Police cam over Canda and lasted about 10 more seconds.



That is how bright it was!
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09/21/2012 08:51 PM
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Deffo bringing the Tomato plants in !
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Meteoroids speed is up to 11 - 72 km (7 to 45 miles) per second.

I'm curious, this thing seems to be moving relatively slow? Or it's in very high altitude obviously so it just looks like it.

The fastest figher jets as far as I know can go up to some 1.8 km per second???

So either the reports about fighters actually FOLLOWING it are bullshit or this thing wasn't a meteor at all.

Or someone has ridiculously fast jets we don't know about

wtf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24016333


THIS^^^^^^^^

wtf were jets doing there in the first place?
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09/21/2012 08:53 PM
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Meteoroids speed is up to 11 - 72 km (7 to 45 miles) per second.

I'm curious, this thing seems to be moving relatively slow? Or it's in very high altitude obviously so it just looks like it.

The fastest figher jets as far as I know can go up to some 1.8 km per second???

So either the reports about fighters actually FOLLOWING it are bullshit or this thing wasn't a meteor at all.

Or someone has ridiculously fast jets we don't know about

wtf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24016333


THIS^^^^^^^^

wtf were jets doing there in the first place?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5916429




they're baaaaaaaack...

sixth trumpet

incoming

they've no doubt been tracking them
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09/21/2012 08:53 PM
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and what is the big excitment about this?

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09/21/2012 08:54 PM
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Re: Fireball Over UK & Ireland
So a giant fireball went from North to South last year?
Over Scotland down the middle of England and was thought to have landed in the English channel.
Anyone remember that one? was it only 6 months ago?
If you overlaid there flight paths would you get a huce Crucifix?
I think you would and I think it is a sign, but I'm just that way.
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09/21/2012 08:55 PM
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seen flash in the sky at 6:20EST in Pennsylvania
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09/21/2012 08:56 PM
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is this just one? or multiple fireballs
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09/21/2012 08:58 PM
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is this just one? or multiple fireballs
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24201411


Multiple at start and one huge flash that lasted for ages.

I look over the Irish sea so from Southwest Scotland to say Blacpool on the clear night they must have seen it in all it's glory. Well who is still up that is.
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09/21/2012 08:59 PM
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09/21/2012 09:02 PM
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seen flash in the sky at 6:20EST in Pennsylvania
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actually, it was right around this time, im on lake erie, and it was cloudy. I was leaving a fiends house and the sky lite up..
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09/21/2012 09:04 PM
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Re: Fireball Over UK & Ireland
Meteoroids speed is up to 11 - 72 km (7 to 45 miles) per second.

I'm curious, this thing seems to be moving relatively slow? Or it's in very high altitude obviously so it just looks like it.

The fastest figher jets as far as I know can go up to some 1.8 km per second???

So either the reports about fighters actually FOLLOWING it are bullshit or this thing wasn't a meteor at all.

Or someone has ridiculously fast jets we don't know about

wtf
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24016333


well, stuff has to be moving very fast to burn in
the atmosphere. and a meteor is going about 25,000 mph
a jet can only go 1000 mph.

they begin to burn at 75 miles up and put on their
show at 50 miles up. so, now figure that you are
500 miles away from it. yes, it will trace a slow arc.
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09/21/2012 09:06 PM

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Just got in a bit ago...haven't seen anything. Is this still going on??
DOOM better not interrupt my Walking Dead!!
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09/21/2012 09:08 PM
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Just got in a bit ago...haven't seen anything. Is this still going on??
 Quoting: Kristina


no shower scheduled, but lone hunks of rock enter the
atmosphere all the time.
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09/21/2012 09:10 PM
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a "shower" is a cloud of gravel that's floating around space,
and we pass through it.
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09/21/2012 09:10 PM
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OK, so I'm seeing two different vids of it here, one vid shows it like a meteor and the other shows it like several orbs, the kind we've been seeing in ufo vids.

which is it?
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09/21/2012 09:12 PM
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OK, so I'm seeing two different vids of it here, one vid shows it like a meteor and the other shows it like several orbs, the kind we've been seeing in ufo vids.

which is it?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5916429


this is still the best vid, shows it breaking up



link to other vids here

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09/21/2012 09:12 PM
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It was a meteor that broke into 3 pieces. Even people from Leeds to East Anglia are saying they saw it
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09/21/2012 09:13 PM
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OK, so I'm seeing two different vids of it here, one vid shows it like a meteor and the other shows it like several orbs, the kind we've been seeing in ufo vids.

which is it?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5916429


well, at some point that meteor broke into 5 or 6 pieces.
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09/21/2012 09:14 PM
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Re: Fireball Over UK & Ireland
lots or reports and great pics on page 2
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18672155


and this one shows it like orbs

which one? can't be both
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09/21/2012 09:17 PM
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do fighter jets go after meteors? is this normal?

people saw the jets, right?
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09/21/2012 09:17 PM
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Re: Fireball Over UK & Ireland
lots or reports and great pics on page 2
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[link to www.boards.ie]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18672155


and this one shows it like orbs

which one? can't be both
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5916429


Thats the tail end of the debris - it seems to have come roughly east to west, broke up over nothern england and then slowly dispersed over scotland\northern island - the vid you linked to is Northern Island after it had broke up
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Re: Fireball Over UK & Ireland
lots or reports and great pics on page 2
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18672155


and this one shows it like orbs

which one? can't be both
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5916429


Thats the tail end of the debris - it seems to have come roughly east to west, broke up over nothern england and then slowly dispersed over scotland\northern island - the vid you linked to is Northern Island after it had broke up
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09/21/2012 09:18 PM
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So, is this a fake one?

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09/21/2012 09:18 PM
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Re: Fireball Over UK & Ireland
lots or reports and great pics on page 2
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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18672155


and this one shows it like orbs

which one? can't be both
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5916429


o.k. i suspect that a few people have slipped some
imagery in that has nothing to do with this meteor.
i don't think the pieces of a broken-up meteor would
get that far apart. just another UFO video i guess.
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09/21/2012 09:18 PM
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that is still quite big to be so close to our surface.
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09/21/2012 09:19 PM
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Just seen a giant fireball/ orange in colour broke up sw over Derry NI!!!!
 Quoting: MattieD


Then the bath salts wore off.extreme_se
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