Observations of this meteor are already interesting. Greg Askin saw it from Chandler, AZ and Sheryl Gambardella saw it from Buckeye, AZ. This latter is Buckeye, AZ not Buckeye Rd in Phoenix! About 40 miles apart by my guestimate from the rough positions. From Greg's position and SAC's Potporri.txt file, it could be a late Pegasid or an early Monocerid. The former peaking from October 10th to November 10th and the latter peaking on December 10th. Are there more guestimates available? Clear skies, aj P.S. had some troubles sending this message and you may get it twice, sorry for inconvenience. Greg Askins wrote: > My wife and I saw the same meteor tonight at 7:05 pm heading south on > the 101 (Price Freeway) just south of the University on-ramp. It > lasted long enough for me to direct my wife's attention from the kids > in the backseat to the front window. > > One of the brightest I've seen (and the brightest my wife has ever > seen according to her). The green color was quite pronounced > (especially at the end); I was hoping for a true fireball explosion > it was so bright. My wife was quite impressed. > > The track from my location appeared to be almost due south along the > 101; and ended at approx. 30 degrees or so above the horizon. > > Any other reports? > > Greg Askins > Chandler, AZ > > P.S. What a fun thing to see!... -- See message header for info on list archives or unsubscribing, and please send personal replies to the author, not the list.