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Fireball in Arizona sky
I'm in Phoenix and at about 6:15 I was taking the family out for dinner when I saw a fireball in the sky WNW of here. It was the biggest fireball I have ever personally seen.
Did anyone else see it??
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Re: Fireball in Arizona sky
Yeah - it looked like an eagle... it said something about being from Philadelphia...
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Re: Fireball in Arizona sky
Fireworks probably
The Cardinals are going to the Super Bowl
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... earlier today some in northern Europe .. Sweden? ... posted and had video to show their fireball ...
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... more coming? ...
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... Seal 6 of Revelation opening soon? ...
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Re: Fireball in Arizona sky
I'm in Phoenix and at about 6:15 I was taking the family out for dinner when I saw a fireball in the sky WNW of here. It was the biggest fireball I have ever personally seen.
Did anyone else see it??
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 595995

Kupiter Belt breaking up, somethings punching thru

Sightings all over the globe increasing

But don'ask questions

NSA/NASA/DOD/UN has lid clamped down tight and dis-info shills everywhere.

NOT good, Not good at all

Lots and lots of meteorites, fireballs, streaking lights, sonic booms

No MSM news,

Wake-up and connect the dots

Last 90 days massive reports

Chunks of the Kupiter Belt are getting bigger and impacting earth.

Canada, New Zealand, Sweden, Africa, Argentina, Washington, Colorado, West Viginia, Oregon, Vancouver B.C, and now Arizona, So many I quit keeping track of locals

You decide, do some research not normal, expotential in size and quanity.
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01/19/2009 12:03 AM
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[link to www.universetoday.com]

new comet
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Re: Fireball in Arizona sky
I'm in Phoenix and at about 6:15 I was taking the family out for dinner when I saw a fireball in the sky WNW of here. It was the biggest fireball I have ever personally seen.
Did anyone else see it??

Kupiter Belt breaking up, somethings punching thru

Sightings all over the globe increasing

But don'ask questions

NSA/NASA/DOD/UN has lid clamped down tight and dis-info shills everywhere.

NOT good, Not good at all

Lots and lots of meteorites, fireballs, streaking lights, sonic booms

No MSM news,

Wake-up and connect the dots

Last 90 days massive reports

Chunks of the Kupiter Belt are getting bigger and impacting earth.

Canada, New Zealand, Sweden, Africa, Argentina, Washington, Colorado, West Viginia, Oregon, Vancouver B.C, and now Arizona, So many I quit keeping track of locals

You decide, do some research not normal, expotential in size and quanity.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 596040
totaly agree, lately bigger ones have been showing up, I know we get pelted everyday, but the ones lately are being seen, yes the there seem to be something messing with the Kupiter Belt ,
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I'm in Phoenix and at about 6:15 I was taking the family out for dinner when I saw a fireball in the sky WNW of here. It was the biggest fireball I have ever personally seen.
Did anyone else see it??

Kupiter Belt breaking up, somethings punching thru

Sightings all over the globe increasing

But don'ask questions

NSA/NASA/DOD/UN has lid clamped down tight and dis-info shills everywhere.

NOT good, Not good at all

Lots and lots of meteorites, fireballs, streaking lights, sonic booms

No MSM news,

Wake-up and connect the dots

Last 90 days massive reports

Chunks of the Kupiter Belt are getting bigger and impacting earth.

Canada, New Zealand, Sweden, Africa, Argentina, Washington, Colorado, West Viginia, Oregon, Vancouver B.C, and now Arizona, So many I quit keeping track of locals

You decide, do some research not normal, expotential in size and quanity.
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We really need a pinned thread to keep an accurate count of how many of these fireballs are being witnessed blazing across the skies worldwide. This seems to be the second one in as many days...
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We really need a pinned thread to keep an accurate count of how many of these fireballs are being witnessed blazing across the skies worldwide. This seems to be the second one in as many days...
 Quoting: IcySparks 271280

Yes a pin, because the meteorites are coming in left and right.

And they are getting bigger and more frequent and they hiiting all over the globe

Kinda like watchin a Hollywood movie and NOBODY'S reporting on it.

Lots more where those came from!!
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Re: Fireball in Arizona sky
One in Scandinavia too

[link to www.spaceweather.com]
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Re: Fireball in Arizona sky
New Zealand also

Bright light in southern skies thought to be satellite

Queries about a bright light in the southern skies last night have been coming into the Mount St John Observatory.

A nzherald.co.nz reader, Shannon, also saw the light and said: "I'm not 100% sure what it was, but it looked like a comet or something entering through the atmosphere last night around 10.30pm to 11pm.

"It was a bright white light and was moving extremely fast to be a plane, and looked to be breaking up as it moved along, as its colour changed to orange."

Alan Gilmore, a resident superintendent at the Mount St John observatory,
"My best guess was that it was a re-entering satellite. A comet does not move like that, it stays more or less fixed against the background stars unless it is very close to the earth, you need to watch it for two or three hours in order to see it moving," Mr Gilmore said.

He said it moved too slowly to be a meteor, which would be gone in two seconds.

[link to www.nzherald.co.nz]
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We really need a pinned thread to keep an accurate count of how many of these fireballs are being witnessed blazing across the skies worldwide. This seems to be the second one in as many days...

Yes a pin, because the meteorites are coming in left and right.

And they are getting bigger and more frequent and they hiiting all over the globe

Kinda like watchin a Hollywood movie and NOBODY'S reporting on it.

Lots more where those came from!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 596040


I know... the mainstream media seems to be uninterested in all of these spectacular fireballs exploding over locales worldwide...
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its the moon dummy
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I saw it looking east at about 75 degrees at 6:08pm 1/19/09 with a yellow-orangish tail, bigger than a shooting star lasting a second or two from Highway 4 traveling towards Murphys Ca (central Sierra Foothills)
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Re: Fireball in Arizona sky
The MASK/LIE is coming off of this place as we head more towards the end of this current world simulation program cycle...

MORE TO COME!..AIN'T SEEN NOTHING YET!...

DOWN hill from here...

We're going DOWN...

Better climb out of this DARK HOLE..It's getting real late now...
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We really need a pinned thread to keep an accurate count of how many of these fireballs are being witnessed blazing across the skies worldwide. This seems to be the second one in as many days...

Yes a pin, because the meteorites are coming in left and right.

And they are getting bigger and more frequent and they hiiting all over the globe

Kinda like watchin a Hollywood movie and NOBODY'S reporting on it.

Lots more where those came from!!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 596040

bump 5a bump
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Reminds me of how small I am. And how large I want to be.
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no, but i believe you. i wonder if a search would turn up all the reports of fireballs in the last month, and how many there would be? cause it's starting to seem like the start of an epidemic.
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Re: Fireball in Arizona sky
I'm in Phoenix and at about 6:15 I was taking the family out for dinner when I saw a fireball in the sky WNW of here. It was the biggest fireball I have ever personally seen.
Did anyone else see it??

Kupiter Belt breaking up, somethings punching thru

Sightings all over the globe increasing

But don'ask questions

NSA/NASA/DOD/UN has lid clamped down tight and dis-info shills everywhere.

NOT good, Not good at all

Lots and lots of meteorites, fireballs, streaking lights, sonic booms

No MSM news,

Wake-up and connect the dots

Last 90 days massive reports

Chunks of the Kupiter Belt are getting bigger and impacting earth.

Canada, New Zealand, Sweden, Africa, Argentina, Washington, Colorado, West Viginia, Oregon, Vancouver B.C, and now Arizona, So many I quit keeping track of locals

You decide, do some research not normal, expotential in size and quanity.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 596040
i know. and they are clamped down tight about everything. and the shills are out in hoardes. the thread about the starlike object in the NE sky is thick with shills, and they seem pretty desperate to clamp that down. i've seen it. it does look to be inside the solar system, and it doesn't look natural. and i strongly suspect all this biz about the skies is the crisis they are expecting.
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We really need a pinned thread to keep an accurate count of how many of these fireballs are being witnessed blazing across the skies worldwide. This seems to be the second one in as many days...

Yes a pin, because the meteorites are coming in left and right.

And they are getting bigger and more frequent and they hiiting all over the globe

Kinda like watchin a Hollywood movie and NOBODY'S reporting on it.

Lots more where those came from!!


I know... the mainstream media seems to be uninterested in all of these spectacular fireballs exploding over locales worldwide...
 Quoting: IcySparks 77619

bump

Where are all the metorites coming from?

Why is NASA silent?

bump
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Ok everyone, there is no conspiracy going on here, just nature. My name is Ben de la Vega and I live here in El Paso Texas. I am a meteorite collector and yes the past couple of years there has been quite a lot of activity in the skies concerning fireballs and meteorite showers.

These disturbances are caused by Jupiter's interaction with the astroid belt. Obviously this has caused a purtubation within the belt and now we are being visited by our little rocky neigbors. The evening of your fireball the state of California was visited by four fireballs and Wyoming with one and Texas with one. Obviously these meteoroids traveled in a loose pack.

The goverment does not keep track of incoming objects unless it is a satallite or man made space debris, however, there are near earth object (NEO) searches being done around the Earth every night, but they can only see objects a mile across or larger. Anything smaller either burns completey up or shatters, scattering meteorites across what is called a strewn field. And believe me, meteorites are worth quite a lot of money on the meteorite market.

The following link is for the American Meteorite Society and has a link for fireball reports. They happen much more than you may think.

[link to www.amsmeteors.org]

Direct link to the fireball list;
[link to www.amsmeteors.org]

If you did see the Arizona fireball, please report it.

Thank you all for your time.
Ben de la Vega
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cool,thanks ben
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Last night it was the East Coast who got the show.

All,

For those interested, here is a bit more on yesterday's New Eng. fireball. And, in regard, to the last person's comments below, I'm sure we all "hope that no one was hurt by this thing" ;-)

Summary: On Jan. 23, 2009, at approximately 8:48 pm EST a meteoroid of unknown size hit Earth's atmosphere over New England. Its blue-green disintegration was widely observed by motorists on the Massachusetts Turnpike and in neighboring states.

Eyewitness Accounts:

Location: near Auburn Massachusetts
Comments: James Vasalofsky: "I saw the fireball on 1/23/09 around 8:48pm. It was blue-ish green when it first appeared, then it was a bright light that lasted about 2 seconds. I was on the Mass Pike heading East near Auburn and it was off to the right in the direction of the South. It was an amazing sight! I've seen meteor showers before but this seemed really close. I assume it was a meteor."

Location: Foxboro, Massachusetts
Comments: Robert Russell: "I was driving home with my family at about 9pm on Friday, Jan 23rd, and we saw what looked to be a huge fireball coming straight down from the black sky. All four of us saw the same thing and were all shocked. It was much bigger than a typical shooting star and was certainly going straight down as opposed to shooting horizontally across the sky. It had blue and green colors in it too. It appeared to have landed or struck down just north of Rt 495 and just east of Rt 95 somewhere in Foxboro or Mansfield."

Location: Lexington, Massachusetts
Comments: Mark A. Abel: "On January 23 at 8:48PM EST I was traveling on I-95 South bound in the Lexington area near the Hanscom Airfield when I saw the bluish-green fireball out of the corner of my eye. At first I thought I may had caught a glimpse of an airplane landing flood light since I was in the Hanscom Airfield area but then it emerged from behind the low level clouds again and I could see that it indeed was a brilliant fireball."

Location: Wakefield, Rhode Island
Comments: Donna & Randy Swanson: "We observed a huge pulsing blue green fireball through the clouds tonight @ 8:48 PM dropping past the horizon, due NE into the Atlantic ocean towards Cape Cod. Bright enough to be seen through heavy cloud cover!"

Location: Agawam, Mass.
Comments: John B Byerly: "At 8:50 pm from Agawam Massachusetts looking easterly I saw a blue green fire ball through a pretty thick cloud cover. It lasted maybe a second with a significant tail. I am a total amateur but It looks similar to the video that was posted a couple of days ago."

Location: North Windham, Connecticut
Comments: Paulette Harwood: "My husband and I observed the fireball while heading southeast on Rt. 6 in North Windham, CT. It was quite large and had a green glow."

Location: MassPike between exits 11 and 11A
Comments: E. Szymczak: "I was driving east on the MassPike and at a few minutes before 9 between exits 11 and 11A and saw a huge green fireball that appeared to come from the north fairly close to the horizon. It was spectacular!"

Location: Warwick, Rhode Island
Comments: Joe Malachowski: "My son and I saw the fireball at 8:48pm on 1.23.09 in Warwick, Rhode Island. It was blue-green and lasted approximately 3 seconds - ended without a flash. This was the brightest meteor I've seen in my 46 years, brighter even than the one I saw at the Grand Canyon 2 years ago."

Location: Little Compton, Rhode Island
Comments: Anthony Russi: "I was sitting in my den and through my window I saw a dazzling fireball drop from the night sky. I live in little Compton, Rhode Island on the Sakonnet River, the object was east of me. It came straight down and looked like huge flare. Sometime around 8:30."

Location: Connecticut
Comments: Briana: "At approx. 8:45pm, our family was driving north on route 395 between route 97 & 169 in CT. My husband said, 'Look, Look, Look!!' And there, straight ahead, was a very bright object heading for the ground. For me it was gone quickly, but my husband said he saw it above the clouds, then it disappeared for a moment behind some clouds, then he saw it again below the clouds. Because of this we both think it had to have hit the ground. Most likely someplace in NE CT, possibly between Danielson and Thompson. It was very cool, but I hope no one was hurt."
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Re: Fireball in Arizona sky
Looks like there is a fresh fall.

NAMIBIA FIREBALL: Last night, Jan. 27th, around 2105 local time in Namibia, sky watchers witnessed a slow, bright fireball that disintegrated into "thousands of lights, almost like fireworks," says Crone Bergh of Windhoek. Fragments of "various sizes [appeared to be on fire] and left white smoke trails in the air," adds J.C. Vorster, also of Windhoek. This was probably the expected reentry of a Russian Molniya-M rocket, which launched a military satellite in Dec. 2008. The ground track of the decaying rocket passed over Namibia in a direction that fits the description of the witnesses.

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Re: Fireball in Arizona sky
Looks like there is a fresh fall.

NAMIBIA FIREBALL: Last night, Jan. 27th, around 2105 local time in Namibia, sky watchers witnessed a slow, bright fireball that disintegrated into "thousands of lights, almost like fireworks," says Crone Bergh of Windhoek. Fragments of "various sizes [appeared to be on fire] and left white smoke trails in the air," adds J.C. Vorster, also of Windhoek. This was probably the expected reentry of a Russian Molniya-M rocket, which launched a military satellite in Dec. 2008. The ground track of the decaying rocket passed over Namibia in a direction that fits the description of the witnesses.

[link to spaceweather.com]
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Nah, I am going to have to take that back as it did turn out to be a re-entry of a decayed rocket. Oh well, I'll keep you all posted more more stuff! lol

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Nah, I am going to have to take that back as it did turn out to be a re-entry of a decayed rocket. Oh well, I'll keep you all posted more more stuff! lol

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thats ok! thanks for the heads up!
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Re: Fireball in Arizona sky
There is a news report on a new fall in Kashmir, of Saturday night, January 31, 2009, 11:25 p.m. local time:

"AZHAR RAFIQIE

Srinagar, Feb 1: A meteorite hit Akhnoor area in Jammu, Saturday night following which many astronomical organizations rushed their teams to study the phenomenon on the spot.

The meteorite, according to the locals, descended in the open ground at 11.25 pm. However, it didn’t cause any damage to life or property, owing to its smaller size and low velocity, the locals added.
Many astronomical organizations including Indian Space Research Organization, TATA Institute of Research and the Kashmir University dispatched their teams to the area.

One of the experts, who was on the spot, told Greater Kashmir over phone, “The meteorite was not that big in size otherwise it would have caused much damage due to its impact. It can prove more dangerous if its velocity and size is larger. It can cause serious damage and create a huge crater on earth.”

He said that facts would only come to fore after the research would be over. “We are assessing the samples and the impact area. We would be able to come to any conclusion after the research is over,” he added.

Meteorites are the parts of solar system and keep hitting earth. When it enters the atmosphere, impact pressure causes the body to heat-up and emit light, thus forming a fireball, also known as a meteor or shooting star.
Most meteorites disintegrate when entering the earth’s atmosphere. However, an estimated 500 meteorites ranging in size from marbles to basketballs or larger do reach the surface each year; only 5 or 6 of these are typically recovered and made known to scientists."

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source: [link to www.greaterkashmir.com]

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Re: Fireball in Arizona sky
This guy is full of it.

It's the end of the world!!!!

Stop using logic on us dag nabbit.


Stupid smart people ruining our doom,

I tell ya the nerve of some people.


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