Wow -- thanks! I'm going to print this out for my wife. Not the least because she'll
be able to say she wasn't exaggerating when she said it lasted for about 7 seconds.

Ronn Blankenship wrote:

> At 06:04 PM 11/29/02 -0700, Marc A. Schindler wrote:
> >Yesterday morning (28/11) my wife was up early and saw the meteor of her
> >life. A very bright greenish-white fireball that lasted for 7 seconds
> >streaked from east to west across the southern sky. Local scientists
> >think it hit the surface near Drayton Valley, some 50 km SW of us.
> From: NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> <<>>
> Scientists use video in search for rare meteorite
> By Phoebe Dey
> University of Alberta, Canada
> November 28, 2002
> A University of Alberta astronomy camera captured a
> photograph of a blazing fireball, which may provide clues to finding a rare
> meteorite.

Marc A. Schindler
Spruce Grove, Alberta, Canada -- Gateway to the Boreal Parkland

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