|Occurred : 1/23/2015 23:30 (Entered as : 01/23/15 23:30)
Reported: 1/24/2015 10:59:52 AM 10:59
Location: Stuart, FL
|Orange fireball traveling south to north, slower than meteor and faster than aircraft.
Size: relatively large. About 10 X Venus.
Color: orange, flickering faintly.
Shape: circle or sphere, no tail.
Speed: much slower than satellite or meteor, much faster than aircraft. Straight-line south to north, no apparent change in speed or direction.
Altitude: difficult to guess.
Observing conditions: outdoors, clear night sky, little light pollution.