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2015, 0930. Update: While taking sunrise pics, I watched this "fall" for 13 minutes.

The local observatory said it could be a massive d...
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2015, 0930. Update: While taking sunrise pics, I watched this "fall" for 13 minutes.

The local observatory said it could be a massive double-tailed meteor, but no news-sites reported it. And the observatory told me they have been noticing more "slow moving meteors", too, albeit not common. Some say it's contrails. Some have said it's a plane reflecting sunlight. Who knows!
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Daisy00 September 30, 2015
WOW Jeff, this is fabulous!!! have never seen a double-tailed meteor like this before...you should send photos to the local observatory!! great catch!
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amoeba October 01, 2015
Thank you, DaisyG! :) They said meteors were common, but this one sounded massive to have lasted that long.
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Bazz October 05, 2015
Fantastic! Well done!
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amoeba October 05, 2015
Thank you, Bazz! Wish I could've been much closer! :D
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InnateArtist October 16, 2015
It does look like a giant pair of tweesers reaching down to grab something...maybe you Jeffery :))
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amoeba October 17, 2015
Haha! Now that would've been funny! And I'd have my camera ready :D

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