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JimIrish (Jim)
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fireball on 3 July 2022?

Hi all, I detected a bright flash, lasting several minutes, near Warwick in SE Queensland on my pair of TESS-W photometers, at 10:37 UT. There was also a flash, though less bright, in the data collected by an instrument near the Flinders Ranges in South Australia. Anyone else see this? No news site is calling this a fireball yet. To bright to be just a meteor shower IMO.

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