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Bulimba, Monday February 5 2001, 7.18pm

Bulimba, Monday February 5 2001, 7.18pm

Two people were in a stationary car and observed a fireball moving to the southwest at about 20 degrees elevation. It was coming down at an angle and broke up into numerous sparks as it disappeared. It was about twice the size of Venus and had a long tail. It was bright orange and it faded away with the sparks the last thing to be seen. It was not bright enough to light up the ground.

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Bulimba, Queensland, Australia

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