Long Slow Meteor
Taken by Kevin Palivec on July 11, 2017 @ Hawley, Texas
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Most of the time Meteors are quick zippy things! This morning over north central Texas we had a long slow lazy meteor. I caught this lazy fireball as it took over 4 seconds to blaze its way across the morning skies!
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I described that wrong! It took over 7 seconds to cross the frame!
Posted by kpalivec 2017-07-11 17:30:34
Looks like it might be an iridium flare.
Posted by danny_dan_dj 2017-07-11 21:24:08
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