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Bright Pink Meteor and the Neighborhood Animals Acting Crazy! O.o

 
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:SpaceCommand: my equipment only picks up the blue ones sorry to say!
however, hearing of this extraordinary pink one is exciting.
I can buy the theory that it was a weak red one too.
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OP may have technically saw a Red one ... but a weak one. An active atmosphere may have muted the color also. OP - were the star actively "twinkling"?
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Hmm... Sounds like a plausible possibility! I'm gonna have to research 'active atmosphere' now. :) Curious!
And YES! They were twinkling like crazy! All kinds of rainbow colors going on with Capella, Arcturus, and Vega tonight.
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The atmosphere is in layers. I really don't remember what causes the layers to be active more than at other times. But when they are shifting, you get the twinkling effect of the stars. The layers are just reflecting (or is it refracting) the light from the stars ... hence the twinkling effect.

I'm only guessing that an active atmosphere may also have altered the color of the fireball you saw. That you saw a red one and not really a pink one.

I'm only guessing.
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Hmm... Interesting! Seems like a good guess to me.
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And on that note, I'm off to put my achy flu-y body and stuffed up head to bed.

Happy fireball hunting! hf
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:SpaceCommand: my equipment only picks up the blue ones sorry to say!
however, hearing of this extraordinary pink one is exciting.
I can buy the theory that it was a weak red one too.
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Aww... Bummer. It was definitely a sight to behold! :) ... and it lasted for about 3 seconds, which is long compared the usual ones I see... which only last for like a second or less.
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bump As far as the animals, I was listening to the broadcast from the ground zero show for 9/27 tonight, and a police officer called in and said that his friend's 4 year old police dog fell over dead when a meteor flew over their house. The owner was with the dog when this happened. It could have been a prank, but the guy sounded legit. My point being, that it appears that animals may pick up on more than just sound, maybe some sort of pressure or something?

Anyway, here is the link. It is the discussion in the third hour. You can slide over to that point to listen.

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And on that note, I'm off to put my achy flu-y body and stuffed up head to bed.

Happy fireball hunting! hf
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And on that note, I'm off to put my achy flu-y body and stuffed up head to bed.

Happy fireball hunting! hf
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Awe, well I hope you get to feeling better!!! Sucks to be flu-y... :-/

Thanks!!! Maybe the world won't end tomorrow, and I'll get to do it again tomorrow night. :)

hf
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"The pink stars are falling! The pink stars are falling!"

(reference: the TV show "Under the Dome")
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Woah!!! There's actually a freakin reference? Sweet!!! :D And super strange!
 Quoting: CuriousSoul


Yep.

Here's a link to a website that shows you the meteors that are entering Earth's atmosphere at any given moment.

It represents the meteors graphically and so also indicates their relative size.

[link to www.meteorscan.com]

Just hit the tab entitled Meteor Live View to refresh the page to get an up-to-the-second indication of the meteors that are entering Earth's atmosphere.
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bump As far as the animals, I was listening to the broadcast from the ground zero show for 9/27 tonight, and a police officer called in and said that his friend's 4 year old police dog fell over dead when a meteor flew over their house. The owner was with the dog when this happened. It could have been a prank, but the guy sounded legit. My point being, that it appears that animals may pick up on more than just sound, maybe some sort of pressure or something?

Anyway, here is the link. It is the discussion in the third hour. You can slide over to that point to listen.

[link to soundcloud.com (secure)]
 Quoting: Vesper33


WOW!!! Thank you for sharing that! I shall listen to it right now...
That's very fascinating!
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[link to meteorites.wustl.edu]
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bump As far as the animals, I was listening to the broadcast from the ground zero show for 9/27 tonight, and a police officer called in and said that his friend's 4 year old police dog fell over dead when a meteor flew over their house. The owner was with the dog when this happened. It could have been a prank, but the guy sounded legit. My point being, that it appears that animals may pick up on more than just sound, maybe some sort of pressure or something?

Anyway, here is the link. It is the discussion in the third hour. You can slide over to that point to listen.

[link to soundcloud.com (secure)]
 Quoting: Vesper33


WOW!!! Thank you for sharing that! I shall listen to it right now...
That's very fascinating!
 Quoting: CuriousSoul


Your welcome! You might like the show from 9/23 on the Pink Stars are falling too. It was a code name for a guest regarding Puerto Rico occurrences and meteors also. It is very interesting, but of course must take it with a grain of salt. Lol. I listen to his shows when I am doing other things rather than watching TV so much.

All Blessings to you and yours!!! hf
Perfer et Obdura;Dolor hic tibi proderit olim.Fortes Fortuna Iuvat! (Be Patient & Strong; someday this pain will be useful to you. Fortune favors the brave)
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[link to www.amsmeteors.org]
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OP is currently being digested.
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Your welcome! You might like the show from 9/23 on the Pink Stars are falling too. It was a code name for a guest regarding Puerto Rico occurrences and meteors also. It is very interesting, but of course must take it with a grain of salt. Lol. I listen to his shows when I am doing other things rather than watching TV so much.

All Blessings to you and yours!!! hf
 Quoting: Vesper33


Oh my goodness, what an excellent program! You now have me hooked, lol! I, too, would definitely rather listen to stuff of that nature, than watch tv. Makes my brain fire on all cylinders! :) I'm so glad I posted my experience now.., All kinds of neat stuff is surfacing! Love it!!! Thank you! :D
Totally, I salt grain everything I hear, lol. And store it in my file for future reference if needed.

Blessings back to you and yours! hf
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"The pink stars are falling! The pink stars are falling!"

(reference: the TV show "Under the Dome")
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 47633028


Woah!!! There's actually a freakin reference? Sweet!!! :D And super strange!
 Quoting: CuriousSoul


Yep.

Here's a link to a website that shows you the meteors that are entering Earth's atmosphere at any given moment.

It represents the meteors graphically and so also indicates their relative size.

[link to www.meteorscan.com]

Just hit the tab entitled Meteor Live View to refresh the page to get an up-to-the-second indication of the meteors that are entering Earth's atmosphere.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 47633028


Hey, thanks a lot! This is now favorited and will probably be referenced everyday from now on. :)
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Thanks for all the responses! Nothing else going on tonight, it seems. Gonna take my ass to bed. :)
Can't wait to see what happens tomorrow night! This is the fourth night in a row that I've seen a shooting star. I'm beyond amazed. ^_^
And thankfully, I wasn't devoured by rabid forest animals... or redneck cannibals! Night all!
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Blue = Water
Green = organic
Red = Iron
Yellow = Gold
Black = Death.
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Pink = Lady Gaga!!
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Very cool description. I love it. Any more odd experiences out there?
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I'm out side and it is a thick darkness all around me.
I can't see the sky to good, stupid trees all up in my way. Calm night, chills run around my skin but still " I DON'T SEE SHIT"
The only noice in the darkness is from up the road right next to the rail road tracks. I don't know what they are building but 2 days ago they started building something and they have a bright spot light set up and they have been working all day and night. They are sure making it hard to sleep and look for doom. Why are they working this late? Dont they know the goverment is shut down? Dont they know ison is up in the sky speeding around? Who the hell is paying them? Why right next to the rail road tracks? Well, I'm. Off to bed, no doom tonight!
There's always another day to look and wait for the doom!
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My arm just fell off!

wtf
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It is very simple OP...the collective animal ruckus and abrupt quiet is their way of telling each other to...STFU.

It happens quit often, some wild animal is having a bad go at something and the rest of the wild world that is listening in have to give their two cents worth leading to a lot of noise and then wham...STFU.

Kind of like what goes on with GLP...eh!
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Very cool description. I love it. Any more odd experiences out there?
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I live in the northeastern U.S.. About 4:45 am this morning (10/1), I was outside admiring the crystal clear skies and the billions of stars. (For whatever reason, they haven't been spraying our skies for the last few days and it has been beautiful, night and day.)

Since I live right on the coast, I was looking east, but up. This is where it gets weird;

I was looking at some patch of stars. They were not remarkable. They were not as bright as many others. They all appeared to be stationary and then one of them just...well...fell.

It was in the sky like a regular star and then it began to slowly fall down toward the water line, away from its companion stars.

We have had a few meteor doozies around here recently, and I had the opportunity to see a few of them...they were AWESOME! But this wasn't the same.

Like I said, I was staring at that patch of stars for nearly a minute before that star moved. And when it began to fall, it didn't change color or increase in brightness or anything else. It just fell beyond the horizon, probably well beyond our atmosphere, perhaps millions of miles away.

I don't know. I am still trying to figure out what I saw. After I watched it disappear, I kind of looked around at the sky in a panic, half expecting to see the other stars fall out of the sky. Nothing. No sound. No impact. No blaze of light. That star was just gone.
More questions than answers!

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Having an interesting night of stargazing here in NW Georgia!

So, I'm sitting out here in a field under a beautiful blanket of stars.
Suddenly, I see a bright pink meteor shoot across the sky and break into two pieces before fading away. Most beautiful thing I've ever seen in the sky!!!

Well, not long after I see the shooting star, I hear a strange animal sound start coming from the small patch of woods across the field. Never heard this sound before... almost sounded like a large crane-like bird, which we have those around here. Okay... then all at once, every dog in the area starts howling and barking like crazy for no apparent reason. Then, amidst all this craziness, an owl starts hooting loudly along with the other animals... then, I kid you not, a rooster starts clucking loudly from a neighborhood close by. All this hooting and hollering goes on for a good 5 mins, and then suddenly it stops. All I hear is crickets and your usual night sounds now.

I have to say, my hair was standing on end, lol!!! I've never experienced anything like that before... slightly creepy, haha, but extremely intriguing.

Well, just wanted to pass along this lil observation. :)
I'll be outside for a while. Hoping I get to see more shooting stars!
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Opie's meteor was a fruit?

cruise

A PINK meteor?

cruise
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There are biblical references to Pink Meteors...
Supposedly they are connected to the Antichrist?!

By the sounds of it, maybe it's true?
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Having an interesting night of stargazing here in NW Georgia!

So, I'm sitting out here in a field under a beautiful blanket of stars.
Suddenly, I see a bright pink meteor shoot across the sky and break into two pieces before fading away. Most beautiful thing I've ever seen in the sky!!!

Well, not long after I see the shooting star, I hear a strange animal sound start coming from the small patch of woods across the field. Never heard this sound before... almost sounded like a large crane-like bird, which we have those around here. Okay... then all at once, every dog in the area starts howling and barking like crazy for no apparent reason. Then, amidst all this craziness, an owl starts hooting loudly along with the other animals... then, I kid you not, a rooster starts clucking loudly from a neighborhood close by. All this hooting and hollering goes on for a good 5 mins, and then suddenly it stops. All I hear is crickets and your usual night sounds now.

I have to say, my hair was standing on end, lol!!! I've never experienced anything like that before... slightly creepy, haha, but extremely intriguing.

Well, just wanted to pass along this lil observation. :)
I'll be outside for a while. Hoping I get to see more shooting stars!
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