|Occurred : 8/18/2013 21:40 (Entered as : 08/18/13 21:40)
Reported: 8/19/2013 11:16:45 AM 11:16
Location: Lahaina, HI
|Two seperate events of orange and white fireballs, lacking tails, travel across northern skies of Kaanapali to the South.
Viewed single, orange/white fireball with no tail. Initially viewed from the Northern sky, traveling silently in a straight line. Speed was much slower than a comet and appeared to slow while still traveling in a straight line. It appeared to deviate a bit from its flight path while still maintaining a constant firey glow.
The fireball appeared to travel over the Maui Channel then headed South past Lanai Isl.
The size reduced as it travelled away and eventually disappearing.
The event lasted approximately 45 seconds.
Approximately 30 seconds to 90 seconds a second fireball appeared. Point of view was the same as the first and the shape was the same size and luminosity. The direction of travel was the same. The decreased speed and deviation from the flight path was not identical to the first event. The duration of second fireball was approximately 40 - 45 seconds.