(meteorobs) (no subject)

Kim Youmans meteorsga at bellsouth.net
Thu Sep 5 19:20:20 EDT 2013

My best guess would be an earthgrazer that briefly hit a patch of thinner air and "went out" for a moment or so.

Kim Y.

 From: richard hill <dwarfnova at hotmail.com>
To: "meteorobs at meteorobs.com" <meteorobs at meteorobs.com>; "meteorobs at meteorobs.org" <meteorobs at meteorobs.org> 
Sent: Thursday, September 5, 2013 3:01 PM
Subject: (meteorobs) (no subject)

Anyone see any unusual meteor activity this morning? Between 040-065 UT I saw four meteors (2nd magnitude-moderate speed) radiate from northern Cygnus. One meteor appeared, disappeared and then reappeared farther down its trajectory. I have seen his happen several times before over the years. Anyone know what causes it?
Rick Hill
Asheville, NC

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