Fireball Over Midwest June 2, 2011

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The American Meteor Society  has received reports of a blue-green fireball that occurred over the Mid-Western States just before 9pm CDT on Thursday June 2nd.  Reports range from as far east as Pennsylvania, west to Missouri, north to Illinois and Indiana, and south to Kentucky. Most reports indicate the peak brightness equaled the light produced by the full moon. Summaries of these reports can be viewed on the 2011 AMS Fireball Table located at inflatable waterslides:

Refer to event #556 for 2011.

If you witnessed this event, please christmas inflatables.


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  • Kristie Peachey 5 years ago

    I’m from Timmins, ON, Canada. We saw a meteor 11:30pm est on June 2 2011. At least we think it was a meteor. We were looking north, and saw a huge glowing ball which seemed to fizzle out as it headed south east. Not something you see every day thats for sure

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