|Occurred : 11/17/2014 18:15 (Entered as : 11/17/14 18:15)
Reported: 11/17/2014 9:19:10 PM 21:19
Location: Madison, WI
|While walking easterly on a cold night, I saw this bright object moving from high in the southern sky, to medium low in the eastern sky.
It had a meteor-like fireball with glowing tail appearance that increased in size and brightness as it moved through the sky on a steady linear route.
It seemed to move slower than the usual misnamed "shooting star" of summers on the lake.
Tonight's version was pretty and significant, but it was not a dramatic night-sky event.