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Subject: Re: Earthquake trace of a fireball ?
From: Canie canie@...........
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2008 22:26:20 -0800

That must have been the 4.5 reported, then=20
deleted in Utah this morning..  it's the right time:
>Region:                            UTAH
>Geographic coordinates:            39.853N, 112.514W
>Magnitude:                        4.5 Mcd
>Depth:                            7 km
>Universal Time (UTC):             27 Dec 2008  09:18:25
>Time near the Epicenter:          27 Dec 2008  02:18:25
>Local standard time in your area: 27 Dec 2008  09:18:25


At 09:04 PM 12/27/2008, you wrote:
>Hi all.
>Here is a news that is worth taking a notice in. Some of those located
>in California might have recored this fireball on there seismometers
>without noticeing.
>CALIFORNIA FIREBALL: A remarkable fireball streaked over southern
>Califonia on Dec. 27th around 1:50 am Pacific time. "It was as if
>someone had set off a rescue flare that instantly bathed the countryside
>in whitish blue-green light," reports Grant Bentley of Bishop, CA. "At
>one point, the path of the meteor went behind a cirrus-stratus cloud
>that it backlit in snowy green light. After a brilliant show of less
>than three seconds, it was gone without a trace. This was easily the
>most massive object I have ever seen burning up as it entered the
>Earth's atmosphere." Readers, if you witnessed or photographed this
>event, please submit a report.
>J=F3n Fr=EDmann
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