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Posted by Scott on December 6, 2000 00:02:52 UTC

I live on the central east coast of Florida, near Cape Canaveral, and on the night of December 2 (Saturday), at about 8 or 9 o'clock, I saw a fireball falling in the west. It had a blue-green color, presumably from burning copper ore in the rock, and it had a yellow tail. I was wondering if anyone else who lives in the area happened to see it as well.

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