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If we don't know what it was then we don't know how high it was (as far as I know).
Originally posted by Human_Alien
Don't we have people (NASA) and telescopes and satellites combing the skies? Wouldn't this have been detected by a 'professional'?
A NASA scientist told msnbc.com the object was most likely a fragment of an asteroid.
Some said it was a blue-green color while others claimed it was orange and yellow.
Experts said in the msnbc.com article that a meteor is slower than a shooting star and it's possible for it to appear to change colors.
A NASA official reports that while they can’t say 100-percent, it is most likely a fireball or a very bright meteor the size of a baseball or basketball.
A spokesman with the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office said their aviation unit did confirm seeing the meteor over Deer Valley Airport, but there haven't been any reports of an impact site.
Read more: www.abc15.com...
"We can't say 100 percent," said Don Yeomans, manager of NASA's Near-Earth Object Program, "but it's almost certain that the object was a fireball" or very bright meteor, "the size of a basketball or baseball that likely disintegrated before it hit the ground." While not unheard of he says it's unusual for an object of that size to be seen over populated areas. The bluish-green color suggests the object had some magnesium or nickel in it, Yeomans said. Orange is usually an indication it's entering earth's atmosphere at several miles per second, a moderate rate of speed."
Yes, seriously, as anyone that has experimented with a camera can tell you.
Originally posted by Komodo
Come on Airmap !!! Seriously ??
They said that they saw the thing we see on the video from the opening post? That's what I was talking about, not about "a red spot" or "a green ball".
perhaps you didn't see the video of multiple EYEWITNESS SAYING they SAW it .. ! .. WOW~!
Originally posted by MainLineThis
I love how the OP is crying about the debunkers and begging us to "debunk this" you evil non-believing debunkers!! There is nothing here to debunk. There is nothing here to tie this to any sighting whatsoever. This is a joke. If this is the type of crap we are going to hitch our wagons too, we might as well collectively admit we have switched our brains off and will submit to gullibility.
The fool who made this video is probably laughing his ass off right now....or touching himself over the attention he's getting......maybe both. Keep it up guys, your making us look g-r-e-a-t!
Originally posted by SuperTripps
reply to post by DisownedSix
do you guys remember the phoenix lights in 97? there were 2 objects there as well
remember, if it was something REAL and far out...then us military will send up something as the cover story or cover artifact to confuse people
Originally posted by molonlabe
reply to post by Human_Alien
your not understanding.... the METEOR was seen in 4 states. that orange crappy picture of a fuzzy light you put up was the meteor traveling before it erupted in blue and green burning up. i received multiple calls from my other astronomy nerds who saw it and said clearly it was a meteor, without a doubt.
the sky last night here in phoenix and the surrounding area was partly cloudy. I had a friend in awatukee who said he only saw a burst of light through the clouds and didnt actually see the meteor. the metoer was reported to turn green and blue only after it started to disintegrate...before it did, it looked like a bright star falling very fast.
i cant believe you would even put that crap video up, then later say "ok forget the shaky hand, what about peoples reports?!"