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Originally posted by jensouth31
Ufology Research of Manitoba, a Winnipeg-based independent centre that collects data on Canadian UFO reports, is assisting the museum in gathering eyewitness accounts to determine the object's flight path. Spokesman Chris Rutkowski said he's received more than a dozen calls so far. [quote/]
I have sent the stroy to the BBC.
here is storys from that site?
The Manitoba Museum has been flooded with phone calls from people who spotted a strange object in the sky.
Resident astronomer Scott Young said the museum has received at least 100 calls about an eerie green light that appeared in the sky on Friday night. Young believes the object was either a small asteroid or a chunk of comet that shattered into several pieces after burning up in the Earth's atmosphere.
"The receptionist is doing nothing but answering calls and taking numbers right now and I think I'm up to 180 e-mails," he said. "Lots of people saw it."
Eyewitnesses from Dryden to Brandon and as far south as Duluth, Minn., have reported seeing the object.
EYEWITNESS ACCOUNTS SOUGHT
Ufology Research of Manitoba, a Winnipeg-based independent centre that collects data on Canadian UFO reports, is assisting the museum in gathering eyewitness accounts to determine the object's flight path. Spokesman Chris Rutkowski said he's received more than a dozen calls so far.
"They all report seeing a brilliant blue or green light moving through the sky with a long tail," he said. "There may have been somebody who captured it on a cellphone camera."
Young said the end point of the object's flight path is somewhere in northwestern Ontario. It's not known whether any pieces reached the ground.
"The first step is to figure out the trajectory and where pieces might come down," he said. "If it's a reasonable place to go looking, then we'll look for pieces," he said.
?? this IS from Your link
[edit on 9/6/06 by caineunholy]
Originally posted by worldwatcher
I believe this article is related to the Canada incident with the green fireball
Fire in the sky
The mysterious light seen over the Northland on Friday night was an especially bright meteor seen in at least two states and Canada.
"Anyone who saw it should count themselves as lucky -- they are probably not going to see another one like that in their lifetime," Scott Young said.
Originally posted by valkeryie
Now why would a meteor hitting Norway, trigger an earthquake in Scotland? Shouldn't the impact have registered in Norway? None of the monitoring sites I watch report any seismic activity there at all. Very strange.
[edit on 9-6-2006 by valkeryie]
Originally posted by LazarusTheLong
I dont doubt this report one bit...
I question why MSM hasn't grabbed it... but since no one got hurt, and so much more is going on, it could explain it...
except in America of course... We wont ever get that news...
The news media would be gagged the minute the info was known... (as per mandate)
[edit on 9-6-2006 by LazarusTheLong]
Funny, he must have just posted it! Its making the rounds now....after the fact.
Originally posted by smokenmirrors
Hey I read about this bad boy on Matt Drudge, he's got a linky to it.....
Does that reveal a source of my disinformation?
Originally posted by akabigfoot
This website is carrying the story and claims to be "The leading newspaper in Norway with norwegian news in english"
Anyone from Norway?
Free Internet Press: Record Meteorite Hits Norway
June 09 2006
"There were ground tremors, a house shook and a curtain was blown into the house," Norway's best known astronomer Knut Jørgen Røed Ødegaard told Aftenposten.no. Røed Ødegaard said the meteorite was visible to an area of several hundred kilometers despite the brightness of the midnight sunlit summer sky. The meteorite hit a mountainside in Reisadalen in North Troms.
The astronomer believes the meteorite was a giant rock and probably the largest known to have struck Norway. "The record was the Alta meteorite that landed in 1904. That one was 90 kilos (198 lbs) but we think the meteorite that landed Wednesday was considerably larger," Røed Ødegaard said, and urged members of the public who saw the object or may have found remnants to contact the Institute of Astrophysics.