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Texas Meteor Approx. 2110 CST 29MAY2014
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Initial Meteor Sighting Report-
29MAY2014 Edward Joyce League City, TX 2110, CST 5 to 7 seconds First viewed in the 1100 position directly overhead. Traveled right to left (South). I was facing east. I saw a white object with a whitish, blue tail. There were scattered cumulus clouds that blocked the line is site for very brief periods. Bright as a car headlight. No fragmentation but there was a tail. I have viewed meteor showers on pitch black nights in the middle of the ocean. However, the brightness of this object was breathtaking.
29MAY2014 beatriz solis HOUSTON,TX USA 9pm 20 second East, left to right, i was facing east i saw a bright light, brighter than any other lights I've seen before it had a blue tail, it was breathtaking brighter than the moon no it was so fast i didn't had time to get my cell phone out of my jeans pocket
29MAY2014 Gerald Young Houston, TX USA 2110 2 1/2 secs N. to E., Left to Right, facing East slightly orange bright as a streetlght no fragmentation three friends saw it too
29MAY2014 CHRIS PASADENA, TEXAS, USA 2100 4-6 SECONDS WNW TOWARD EAST I WAS FACING EAST-ALMOST DIRECTLY OVERHEAD SLIGHTLY NORTH YELLOW/ORANGE LIKE A LIGHTER AT ARMS LENGTH NO MOVED SLOWER THAN AVERAGE METEOR
29MAY2014 kimberly warren, TX est. 2100, CST,pm 4-6 seconds US /me facing SSE.. started straight up in the sky, fell SSE , almost all the way to the distant treeline.. white with a blue ora and long long tail..not a fireball color at all.. brighter than a full moon, and about 1/4 - 1/3 the size. no fragments, but a long tail it was beautiful!
29MAY2014 Glenda Yarbrough Houston, Texas 8:50 pm Central 20-25 seconds West Bright white, then blue Bright as the moon, then bright blue No I was driving, therefore I was unable to capture this moment. However, it was simply amazing. My 8 year old daughter has something to talk about in school today.
MBIQ Data Set-
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All 17 meteor sighting reports can be seen here-
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