Originally posted by EvolEric
Well I looked out side
South East Kentucky is my location...
I didnt see nothing but...
Fog, the glow of Moon and Jupiter
and the sound of eerie wind in the distance...
The last one is purely for effect
That photo wont load for me.... cursed dial up!
Originally posted by hadituptohere
Ladies and gentlemen,
What you've seen and heard about is no meteor. Nor is it weather phenomena or smoke from burning foliage or military hardware under test. It's not a weather balloon or a Chinese lantern or an airplane or swamp gas forming over a body of water.
What you've seen is a space craft.
Our world is on the verge of Disclosure; the time when our galactic brothers and sisters arrive. It will be the defining moment in humanity's history and all of us will be witnesses to an event that cannot be described. The truth about our world will be revealed and we will finally know who we really are.
Originally posted by jaynkeel
It seems no one wanted to pay attention to my other post a few pages back so perhaps this will satisfy peoples need for knowledge? It's a link to the all sky camera network listing all the cameras in the areas and along with the operator names and contact info. This might help in searching for more info and better video than some youtube links?
allsky.ca...edit on 15-9-2011 by jaynkeel because: Forgot link
Sep 14, 2011 Yuba City CA camera permanently offline according to Larry Stange. Second Las Cruces NM camera and Mayhill NM cameras added. Thanks to Rob Weryk for updates.
Originally posted by DeLurk
I saw it from Cathedral City, right outside of Palm Springs. Same thing, bright greenish, heavy trail. It seemed to come down more towards the Salton Sea area. What surprised me was the duration.
Meteor Activity Outlook for September 10-16, 2011
By Robert Lunsford, in Meteor Showers
During this period the moon reaches its full phase on Monday September 12th. At this time the moon will lie opposite the sun and will be in the sky all night long. This is the worst time to try and view meteor activity this month as the intense moonlight will obscure all but the brightest meteors. Conditions will not improve until the moon wanes to its last quarter phase and does not rise until near 0100 local daylight time (LDT).
The estimated total hourly rates for evening observers this week is near two as seen from the northern hemisphere and one as seen from the southern hemisphere. For morning observers the estimated total hourly rates should be near eight as seen from mid-northern latitudes and five from mid-southern latitudes. The actual rates will also depend on factors such as personal light and motion perception, local weather conditions, alertness and experience in watching meteor activity. Rates are reduced during this period due to the intense moonlight.
Originally posted by LightAssassin
reply to post by hadituptohere
Then we find out we really were made to merely mine gold. Or be alien food. Great revelation that was!!!