I saw it from my home at Arcadia N of Indian School Road. Very bright, long lasting, green color, broke into what appeared to be 2 fragments toward the end. I would say started at 45 degrees above the horizon, and fell to under 15 degrees above the horizon; almost due South. Brian ----- Original Message ----- From: "Greg Askins" <gregaskins@xxxxxxx> To: <az-observing@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>; "EVAC" <evac@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Monday, November 29, 2004 9:42 PM Subject: [EVAC] Bright Meteor (Fireball?) at 7:05 pm Tonight!.... > 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.