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Well, since GLP has on going Earthquake and Solar threads..and being I'm such a space nerd, I have decided to do a Fire In The Sky thread.
To the shills, if the subject doesn't interest you, don't bother to read (or comment) further. I'ts only a distraction to those who find it interesting and entertaining.

I'll begin with this video with a summary of yesterday's reports.

Also note my earlier thread today:
Thread: ALERT! Incoming Asteroid 10/29 : This one's gonna be close!

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OCTOBER 26, 2013
Event ID # Date Location

Event 2638 5 2013-10-27 00:41 UTC 2013-10-26 19:53 CT,MN,IL

Event 2637 1 2013-10-26 23:15 UTC 2013-10-26 19:15 OH

Event 2636 2 2013-10-26 22:53 UTC 2013-10-26 18:53 CT,NJ

Event 2634 1 2013-10-26 13:03 UTC 2013-10-26 06:03 CA

Event 2635 1 2013-10-26 11:00 UTC 2013-10-26 07:00 NJ

Event 2632 1 2013-10-26 10:14 UTC 2013-10-26 03:14 WA

Event 2633 5 2013-10-26 09:42 UTC 2013-10-26 04:42 IA,KS

Event 2631 1 2013-10-26 06:00 UTC 2013-10-26 01:00 TX

Event 2630 3 2013-10-26 05:47 UTC 2013-10-26 00:47 MO

Event 2629 1 2013-10-26 05:20 UTC 2013-10-25 22:20 CA

Event 2627 1 2013-10-26 04:28 UTC 2013-10-25 21:28 CA

Event 2628 3 2013-10-26 03:19 UTC 2013-10-25 22:19 MN

Event 2620 1 2013-10-26 02:25 UTC 2013-10-25 22:25 NJ

[link to www.amsmeteors.org]

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Interesting Facts:

According to the American Meteor Society, here is a list of reported fireballs the past 3 years. The dramatic increase is notable.

954 Events found in 2010
1637 Events found in 2011
2148 Events found in 2012
2603 Events found in 2013 (so far)

[link to www.amsmeteors.org]

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Meteor Showers in 2013

Quadrantids - January 3rd
Lyrids - April 21/22
Eta Aquarids - May 5/6th
Perseids - August 12th
Orionids - October 21st

Still to come:
Leonids - November 17th
Geminids - December 13th
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Thor's update! 10/27/2013

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Well, since GLP has on going Earthquake and Solar threads..and being I'm such a space nerd, I have decided to do a Fire In The Sky thread.
To the shills, if the subject doesn't interest you, don't bother to read (or comment) further. I'ts only a distraction to those who find it interesting and entertaining.

I'll begin with this video with a summary of yesterday's reports.

Also note my earlier thread today:
Thread: ALERT! Incoming Asteroid 10/29 : This one's gonna be close!
 Quoting: SeriouslyFolks


Great idea, OP. 5* and Pin request!

I'll be happy to share my meteor-related links to get things rolling--

Meteor Radar Detectors (UK):
[link to www.merriott-astro.co.uk]

Meteor Radio Echoes(USA):

[link to spaceweatherradio.com]

Meteor Observation Network (UK):
[link to ukmeteornetwork.co.uk]

Meteor Physics (Canada):
[link to meteor.uwo.ca]

All-sky cams (Canada):
[link to gigantid.physics.uwo.ca]

Meteorite News-
[link to lunarmeteoritehunters.blogspot.jp]

Gallery of Meteorites (many for sale):
[link to meteoriteshow.free.fr]

Meteorite Artwork:
[link to tomphillipsrockart.blogspot.com]

In-depth report of the Novato, California meteorite fall last October including many close-up photos.:
[link to meteorite-recovery.tripod.com]
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Interesting video in which the uploader talks about an email he received from the American Meteor Society confirming fireballs are increasing. Last month was the busiest on record.

[link to www.youtube.com]
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Interesting video in which the uploader talks about an email he received from the American Meteor Society confirming fireballs are increasing. Last month was the busiest on record.

[link to www.youtube.com]
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Well, since GLP has on going Earthquake and Solar threads..and being I'm such a space nerd, I have decided to do a Fire In The Sky thread.
To the shills, if the subject doesn't interest you, don't bother to read (or comment) further. I'ts only a distraction to those who find it interesting and entertaining.

I'll begin with this video with a summary of yesterday's reports.

Also note my earlier thread today:
Thread: ALERT! Incoming Asteroid 10/29 : This one's gonna be close!
 Quoting: SeriouslyFolks


Great idea, OP. 5* and Pin request!

I'll be happy to share my meteor-related links to get things rolling--

Meteor Radar Detectors (UK):
[link to www.merriott-astro.co.uk]

Meteor Radio Echoes(USA):

[link to spaceweatherradio.com]

Meteor Observation Network (UK):
[link to ukmeteornetwork.co.uk]

Meteor Physics (Canada):
[link to meteor.uwo.ca]

All-sky cams (Canada):
[link to gigantid.physics.uwo.ca]

Meteorite News-
[link to lunarmeteoritehunters.blogspot.jp]

Gallery of Meteorites (many for sale):
[link to meteoriteshow.free.fr]

Meteorite Artwork:
[link to tomphillipsrockart.blogspot.com]

In-depth report of the Novato, California meteorite fall last October including many close-up photos.:
[link to meteorite-recovery.tripod.com]
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Thank you!!!
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Update Monday October 28, 2013

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bump for moon ships!!
MORE FIRE!!!... and sling it while it's hot.!!
ass, gas, or grass, nobody rides for free.!
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The following sources of meteoric activity are expected to be active through November 20:

The activity from the Andromedids (AND) can still be seen. This is a famous shower that produced some brilliant displays during the 19th century. Since then the main orbit of the particles from comet 3D/ remnants may be seen from October 26 through November 20 with maximum activity occurring on November 8. The radiant is currently located at 01:20 (020) +22, which lies in eastern Pisces, 10 degrees west of the 2nd magnitude star Hamal (Alpha Arietis). Rates would most likely be less than 1 per hour no matter your location. With an entry velocity of 19 km/sec., the average Andromedid meteor would be of slow velocity.

The Southern Taurids (STA) are currently active from a radiant located at 03:04 (046) +12. This position lies in southeastern Aries, 8 degrees north of the 3rd magnitude star known Menkar (Alpha Ceti). These meteors may be seen all night long but the radiant is best placed near 0200 local daylight time (LDT) when it lies on the meridian and is located highest in the sky. Rates at this time should be near 2 per hour regardless of your location. With an entry velocity of 29 km/sec., the average Southern Taurid meteor would be of slow velocity.

The Northern Taurids (NTA) are now active from a large radiant centered at 03:08 (047) +20, which lies in eastern Aries, close to the position occupied by the fourth magnitude star known as Delta Arietis. The radiant is best placed near 0200 local daylight time (LDT), when it lies highest above the horizon. Meteors from the Northern Taurids strike the atmosphere at 29km/sec., which would produce meteors of slow velocity. Expected rates would be near two per hour, no matter your location.
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NEW: Every night, a network of NASA all-sky cameras scans the skies above the United States for meteoritic fireballs. Automated software maintained by NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office calculates their orbits, velocity, penetration depth in Earth's atmosphere and many other characteristics. Daily results are presented here on Spaceweather.com.

On Oct. 28, 2013, the network reported 14 fireballs.
(12 sporadics, 2 Orionids)
[link to spaceweather.com]
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FIRE IN THE SKY: Newly Discovered Asteroid 2013 UV3 Will Buzz Earth On Tuesday, October 29, Closer Than The Moon!!

October 28, 2013 - SPACE - According to NASA's JPL Small-Body Database Browser, a newly discovered Asteroid 2013 UV3 will fly by the Earth on Tuesday, the 29th of October at 0.7 Lunar Distance (LD), closer to our planet than the Moon.

One LD is equal to 384,401 km, which is the distance between the Earth and the Moon. Therefore, 2013 UV3 will pass at 268.807km from the Earth.

NASA lists the condition code for the asteroid with a 7, which means that the object's path could be quite unpredictable given that code 0 refers to a path that is certain, while 9 denotes a high degree of uncertainty.


[link to thecelestialconvergence.blogspot.com]
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The Latest Worldwide Meteor/Meteorite News 29OCT2013

Asteroid fighters, unite: UN votes to create global force
By Deborah Netburn - Los Angeles Times - October 28, 2013
Even the United Nations is taking the threat of asteroids hitting our
planet seriously.
Last week, the U.N. General Assembly approved measures to coordinate detection
and response to asteroid strikes that could level cities and possibly
destroy our civilization....

[link to lunarmeteoritehunters.blogspot.com]
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Ison impacts expected by NASA..Comet "dust" and possible meteor showers...
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AMS! > Events in 2013 > #2665


AMS received 5 reports about this fireball seen over NC and SC on October 29th 2013 around 02:30 (UTC).

[link to www.amsmeteors.org]
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AMS! > Events in 2013 > #2665


AMS received 5 reports about this fireball seen over NC and SC on October 29th 2013 around 02:30 (UTC).

[link to www.amsmeteors.org]
 Quoting: SeriouslyFolks


Crazy but I was stargazing in coastal NC only 30 minutes before this fireball was seen. Dammit! Missed again!
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October 29, 2013

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Every night, a network of NASA all-sky cameras scans the skies above the United States for meteoritic fireballs. Automated software maintained by NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office calculates their orbits, velocity, penetration depth in Earth's atmosphere and many other characteristics. Daily results are presented here on Spaceweather.com.

On Oct. 29, 2013, the network reported 18 fireballs.
(13 sporadics, 5 Orionids)

On October 30, 2013 there were 1436 potentially hazardous asteroids.



[link to spaceweather.com]
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DOOMSDAY: Unprecedented Escalated Preparations Are Now Underway To Prevent The Extinction Of Mankind

*Snip*

October 29, 2013 - UNITED NATIONS - It's a scenario familiar to any science fiction fan: An asteroid is hurtling toward Earth, and humans must deflect or destroy it to save themselves and every other living creature on the planet.

But unlike most sci-fi plots, this one is a real threat, right now. And the United Nations is on it.

Last week, the U.N. General Assembly approved the creation of an International Asteroid Warning Group. Former NASA astronaut Ed Lu and other members of the Association of Space Explorers have been calling for the formation of a global asteroid-fighting group for years, but the meteor that exploded above Chelyabinsk, Russia, in February got people taking the ASE's recommendations seriously.

The new U.N. plan to save Earth from killer astroids has three basic components, drawn heavily from the Association of Space Explorers and Lu's asteroid-battling nonprofit, the B612 Foundation.

[link to thecelestialconvergence.blogspot.com]
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wow,
basketball size and boom.

I wonder how reports decline as winter weather and holiday activities increase.
On one hand it seems people maybe indoors at higher rates, however they also may travel the roads more often. Going to and fro festivus events may actually increase sightings, for it may provide an advantage point to see the skies.
Warm weather gatherings, activities may actually provide distractions from viewing the heavens above.

I scan everything when sky watching and see much. Looking deep into the atmosphere for small sized objects.
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Breaking News- Tokyo Fireball Meteor 30OCT2013 - 2013年10月30日20時22分の&​#28779;球


Initial Meteor Report-

Photograph of Meteorite Tokyo October 30 2013 8:24 pm
Hi, I am an artist and am confident of the size and colors drawn here superposed over a photo of the North sky where it was seen. At first I thought it was a firework but there was no sound and it is unlikely in this season.
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All Meteor Sighting Reports Can Be Seen HERE- [link to thelatestworldwidemeteorreports.blogspot.com]

SonotaCo confirms with photograph/ videos in process- [link to sonotaco.jp]

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Awesome thread OP!!!! Love it and great idea!!! 5 stars!! I'm going to post a video of something I saw in the sky yesterday, but will do so in a separate post....for an extra bump!!

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Well, since GLP has on going Earthquake and Solar threads..and being I'm such a space nerd, I have decided to do a Fire In The Sky thread.
To the shills, if the subject doesn't interest you, don't bother to read (or comment) further. I'ts only a distraction to those who find it interesting and entertaining.

I'll begin with this video with a summary of yesterday's reports.

Also note my earlier thread today:
Thread: ALERT! Incoming Asteroid 10/29 : This one's gonna be close!
 Quoting: SeriouslyFolks


Not gonna get worried until I hear of a large satellite or the ISS coming down in conjunction with a meteor event. That is the sign. Thanks for the chronicle in the meantime.
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I'm not sure what this was that I saw last night driving home from work. It was still light out as you can see in the video. Fireball?? I was trying to watch the road and record at the same time. I wasn't in the city so I couldn't just pull over, but after the video ends, it got a little more interesting. I could clearly see it start coming downwards and looked like it had a "tail." I was turning off the highway as this was happening and no longer had view of it. But wanted to share with you what I was able to record.

[link to tinypic.com]
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The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it.

The difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits.

You have to learn the rules of the game. And then you have to play better than anyone else.
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I'm not sure what this was that I saw last night driving home from work. It was still light out as you can see in the video. Fireball?? I was trying to watch the road and record at the same time. I wasn't in the city so I couldn't just pull over, but after the video ends, it got a little more interesting. I could clearly see it start coming downwards and looked like it had a "tail." I was turning off the highway as this was happening and no longer had view of it. But wanted to share with you what I was able to record.

[link to tinypic.com]
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Very cool. What was your location when filmed?
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Large event today

Event 2677
# of Reports 234
Date and time:
2013-10-30 12:58 UTC 2013-10-30
Reports from:
OR, WA, BC, AB, ID MT



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I'm not sure what this was that I saw last night driving home from work. It was still light out as you can see in the video. Fireball?? I was trying to watch the road and record at the same time. I wasn't in the city so I couldn't just pull over, but after the video ends, it got a little more interesting. I could clearly see it start coming downwards and looked like it had a "tail." I was turning off the highway as this was happening and no longer had view of it. But wanted to share with you what I was able to record.

[link to tinypic.com]
 Quoting: Simple27


Very cool. What was your location when filmed?
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