Long path Taurid fireball over north central New Mexico November 17 2015 5:47:26 PM MST Tuesday evening
( This was November 18 2015 0047:26 UT to 0047:37 UT ) All-Sky Camera video.
This earth-grazer fireball was determined to be a chunk of Comet Encke and a Taurid meteor shower member. It lasted a full eleven seconds and was estimated to be eight inches in diameter and weighed twenty pounds before ablation. It entered Earth's atmosphere around the Kiowa National Grasslands in northeast New Mexico and ended somewhere over the vicinity of Acoma Pueblo. It traveled at around 62,000 miles per hour.
The sounds in the video are forward scatter radio reflections recorded on two separate radios at 67.250 MHz and 77.250 MHz. Doppler effect apparent.
More data to add later.
Camera on loan from Sandia National Laboratories.
Thomas Ashcraft - Radio Fireball Observatory - Lamy, New Mexico
More various observations at: heliotown.com
Some radio spectrographs of this event here: heliotown.com/Fireball_Nov182015_Radio.html