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Location (where you were when you saw it)

Time

Date

Day

Brightness (Brighter than full moon or not)

Colour (if you noticed any)

How long did it last in seconds

Do you know the stars and planets in the sky?
If yes, please give a description of any stars or planets it passed. (Make a drawing now. We may ask you to post/fax/scan+email it later.)

Direction to the end-point of the fireball:
(N,S,E,W, be more specific if you like)

Direction it was travelling relative to horizon:

Draw a little diagram with the horizon at the bottom of the page and draw in the 'streak' as you saw it then describe whether it goes down or up and how much over to the left or right? This one confuses people a lot so hold on to the drawing, we may ask you to post/fax/scan+email it

 

How high up was it (at the start, middle and end) relative to the horizon and the overhead point?
For Example:
(it started overhead but ended just above the horizon)

 
 

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