Tuesday, April 21, 2015
FIREBALL METEOR OVER MAIDENCOMBE
A little more information on the fireball meteor I witnessed in the early hours of this morning. It appeared very low down in the sky and disappeared behind the ridge of fields on the top coast path (John Musgrove Heritage Trail). As stated, it was searingly bright and could be compared to the landing headlights of an aircraft. The relatively slow descent could be attributed to the shallow angle of the meteor's incoming approach. No sound was heard.
Posted by MR CRUISEDOG at 13:25