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AP-APTN-0830: ++US Meteor
Wednesday, 20 February 2008

STORY:++US Meteor- NEW Officials report meteor streaking across Pacific Northwest
LENGTH: 01:02   
FIRST RUN: 0830
RESTRICTIONS: See Script
TYPE: English/Nat
SOURCE: Various
STORY NUMBER: 554965

DATELINE: Various, 19 Feb 2008
LENGTH: 01:02   




SHOTLIST

ABC - NO ACCESS NORTH AMERICA OR INTERNET, MANDATORY COURTESY: "IDAHO AIR NATIONAL GUARD"
Boise, Idaho
1. Surveillance video showing meteor streaking through sky (++shot repeated three times in loop++)

ABC - NO ACCESS NORTH AMERICA OR INTERNET
Seattle, Washington
2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Aaron MacPhee, Witness:
"It was a basketball size object. And it had a huge stream of blue-ish green. Sparks coming out of it, and there was yellow sparks coming out of the side. So it had a tail of blue-ish green light, and on the side it had yellow-ish sparks. It was very, very bright."

ABC - NO ACCESS NORTH AMERICA OR INTERNET, MANDATORY COURTESY: "IDAHO AIR NATIONAL GUARD"
Boise, Idaho
3. Surveillance video with arrow pointing to meteor streaking through sky (graphic added by ABC)

ABC - NO ACCESS NORTH AMERICA OR INTERNET
Seattle, Washington
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Alice Enevoldsen, Pacific Science Centre:
"Until somebody finds the piece that hit the ground, if a piece did hit the ground, it's just a meteor. Meteorite is when it actually hits the ground."

ABC - NO ACCESS NORTH AMERICA OR INTERNET, MANDATORY COURTESY: "PROVIDENCE MEDICAL CENTRE"
Portland, Oregon
5. Surveillance video showing meteor streaking through sky

STORYLINE:

An apparent meteor streaked through the sky over the Pacific Northwest early on Tuesday, drawing reports of bright lights and sonic booms in parts of Washington State, Oregon and Idaho.

Surveillance cameras in the region captured a ball of light in the sky and then a flash illuminating the early morning darkness.

Television stations reported getting viewer calls from across Washington state and northern Idaho, parts of Oregon and southeastern British Columbia early on Tuesday morning.

"It was a basketball size object. And it had a huge stream of blue-ish green," said Aaron MacPhee, a Seattle-area resident. 

"Sparks coming out of it, and there was yellow sparks coming out of the side. So it had a tail of blue-ish green light, and on the side it had yellow-ish sparks. It was very, very bright."

The Federal Aviation Administration said a private pilot reported seeing the meteor hit the Earth in a burst of light around 5:45 a.m. local time (1345 GMT) in a rural area about 175 miles east-southeast of Seattle and 90 miles southwest of Spokane. But no damage was reported.

"Until somebody finds the piece that hit the ground, if a piece did hit the ground, it's just a meteor," said Alice Enevoldsen of the Pacific Science Centre in Seattle. "Meteorite is when it actually hits the ground."



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