9:58:00 PM

Update to 12/03/10 Oklahoma Bolide...

New video of the Oklahoma bolide 12/03/10 has been provided to ELP ALLSKY by Kevin P. of Hawley TX. Kevin's camera has a roughly 40 degree field of view and is pointed north. Image center is directly toward Oklahoma City. The fireball can be seen in the lower right corner of the video. Below the video is a composite image showing heading and bearings.
 

9:37:00 PM

West Texas Meteor Sighting 12/08/10...Marathon TX

9:20 AM Dec 8, 2010 Rob Dean E-mails: Traveling between Marathon, Tx and Ft. Stockton, Tx, my husband and I saw a brilliant shooting star/fireball about 8:30-9:00a.m. on Dec.8,2010.  It appeared overhead to our north  and faded to the northeast.  It was brilliant white with a long trail that appeared to be dripping blobs of material behind it.

This was a daytime event. If you saw this meteor please post here. Thank you. ELPALLSKY

9:22:00 PM

British Columbia Fireball Reports Coming in to ELPALLSKY 12/08/10...

Two reports of a fireball south of Quesnel British Columbia, Canada have come in to ELPALLSKY. Reports are as follow:

[Dec 8 2010, 8:51 PM Guest459 (guest): Saw a bright blue meteor spiral to earth on an approximate 45 degree angle just south of Quesnel, British Columbia]
 Dec 8 2010, 7:45 PM M. Smith E-mails: Hi, Last night Dec.8/10 at approximately 7:30pm I saw a large bright orange/green meteor fireball I guess south of Quesnel, British Columbia, Canada.  It was SW of us and moved west & then disappeared.  Did anyone else see this?  M.Smith, Quesnel, BC.

The BC Meteor Network has been notified however, allsky cameras there were obscured by bad weather. If you observed this event please post here, then log a report at http://www.bcmeteors.net

1:27:00 PM

BREAKING METEOR NEWS...UK Fireball 12/08/10... Reports Coming in to ELP ALLSKY...

Spectacular meteor 'fireball' explosion over Britain leaves stargazers buzzing ahead of Geminid space shower.
9:30PM GMT 08 Dec 2010...A dramatic meteor “fireball” exploded over Britain on Wednesday night, creating a spectacular light show the length of the country ahead of the Geminid space shower. 
 
Meteor fireball spotted in skies over Britain
Stargazers throughout the UK report seeing a meteor-like streak of light in the darkened skies thought to be a rare meteor fireball... 

POSTS TO ELP ALLSKY:
Dec 8 2010, 11:07 AM
And (guest): just saw a bright white/blue/purple meteor with a long orange/yellow trail over newcastle upon tyne, uk
 
Dec 8 2010, 11:58 AM
Guest919 (guest): jus seem i fireball go across melton mowbray united kingdom... it as quite low and went really fast... trail of like fire behind it!! any way of knowing what it was at all?

Dec 8 2010, 12:37 PM
Guest521 (guest): Saw fireball just before it had a tail which broke up as it sped NNE to SSW over Glasgow at 1735hrs. It was the comparative size of the Moon which was low in the west at the time

Dec 8 2010, 1:26 PM
Guest366 (guest): I saw it over Sheffield at 17:35 GMT. Very impressive.

Dec 8 2010, 2:04 PM
Guest995 (guest): Saw it 17.35 GMT Dudley England travelling SW. Could it be 1st stage of Falcon 9 rocket re-entering atmosphere?

1:14:00 AM

Meteor Report...Iowa Meteor/Fireball...

Dec 7 2010, 8:44 PM Guest66 (guest): Saw a bright light in the east sky around an hour ago in western iowa, turned green before it faded, any ideas?
Dec 7 2010, 11:10 PM
Guest838 (guest): I saw a large green sparkly meteor slowly shoot over northeastern Iowa and also was curious if anyone else had seen it!

ELPALLSKY: If you saw this meteor, please leave a post in my chat box, then go to 
and log your report.

12:22:00 AM

Bright Meteor East Of Yuma AZ...

Dec 7 2010, 10:32 PM Guest204 (guest) Posts:
Just saw bright orange meteor in low eastern horizon about 20 minutes agoIn Yuma AZLasted 3 to 5 seconds, large and long orange taistarted then stopped, then main portion, thought at first it was a flair from Naval gunnery range, but too large and flew in wrong directionshad me stunned watching it at first.
ELPALLSKY: If you saw this event please post in the chat box to the left. Arizona and Northwestern Mexico all sky stations please check your cameras for this event. Thank you!