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On Sept 13th at approximately 3 o'clock in the morning MDT, an extremely bright fireball streaked over New Mexico, "It was terrifying," says eyewitness Susan K. Burgess. "I was stargazing outside my house near Santa Fe when the landscape started becoming very bright, as if a brilliant full moon was quickly rising from the southwest. The fireball itself [slowly moved] over the house and disintegrated with a great deal of scatter in the northwest sky."
At the Sandia National Labs in Albuquerque, a Sentinel all-sky video camera captured the fireball in flight:
Originally posted by justanothergangster
that was wierd and cool wish i could of seen it i live in new mexico it kinda seemed to me like it came down and went back up but idonno
Originally posted by Chiiru
awww geez I missed it. Damn you sleep!!! I don't think I could have seen it though, I'm much further south in NM...