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. Did anybody see that one at about 3.00am? it started at the top of cassieopea and shot straight down and lasted for about 5 seconds? had a really bright head on it?

Sounds like the one that made me mutter "holy s**t" out loud to myself!!!

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. Did anybody see that one at about 3.00am? it started at the top of cassieopea and shot straight down and lasted for about 5 seconds? had a really bright head on it?

Sounds like the one that made me mutter "holy s**t" out loud to myself!!!

It might be, if you are living fairly close together. Meteors occur something like 40 to 70 miles up in the atmosphere, so if you see a meteor overhead, someone a hundred miles away may see it close to the horizon, or not at all.

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