Re-entry sighted from South Dakota

From: Ed Cannon (
Date: Mon Dec 03 2001 - 01:12:38 EST

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    Tony Phillips just forwarded a report of the re-entry as seen
    from Sioux Falls, South Dakota:

    That one also has a time span of less than 30 seconds to travel
    from SSE to east, about 20-30 degrees above the horizon before
    they simply disappeared.  Pieces of this one must have made it
    to Minnesota.  This was a truly incredible spectacle of dozens
    of parallel fireballs seen from El Paso, Texas, to SE South 
    Dakota (some sort of record?).  
    Correction to my previous message, in the mention of the Space
    Shuttle, I wrote:  "above 30 degrees above the horizon".  That
    should have been "about 30 degrees" instead of "above 30 
    Ed Cannon - - Austin, Texas, USA
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