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Huge Fireball Over Japan - 1 Day Before Asteroid 2012 DA14

 
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Re: Huge Fireball Over Japan - 1 Day Before Asteroid 2012 DA14
Another huge fireball on Feb 13 Siegen, Germany

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29171399


Wowie. And yet, it caused no damage to buildings or people.
Yet, it looks like the same type event.

Good find.
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Re: Huge Fireball Over Japan - 1 Day Before Asteroid 2012 DA14
It never happened in the USA or UK though.
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Only thee other top countries.
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Re: Huge Fireball Over Japan - 1 Day Before Asteroid 2012 DA14
I didn't see any huge, fluffy contrails in those vids.
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Re: Huge Fireball Over Japan - 1 Day Before Asteroid 2012 DA14
Looks like the U.S didn't get left behind :)


On a day that had a lot of people talking about meteorites and asteroids, a fireball of some sort was seen steaking across the Bay Area skies.

The fireball was seen just after 8 p.m.

There are reports into the newsroom from people as far north as Fairfield and as far south as Gilroy. It was also seen in Sacramento.

[link to www.nbcbayarea.com]
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Re: Huge Fireball Over Japan - 1 Day Before Asteroid 2012 DA14
Technical rofl then?
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Re: Huge Fireball Over Japan - 1 Day Before Asteroid 2012 DA14
METEOR @ SAKURAJIMA VOLCANO JAPAN 02-16-2013

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swamp gas people
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Another huge fireball on Feb 13 Siegen, Germany


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In the title it says it's the part of a carrier rocket during re-entry into earths atmosphere.

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