Subj: Re: [Elfrad-Group] The Jan.18
fireball over Alaska ,Yukon border
Date: 1/21/00 7:19:01 AM Pacific Standard Time
From: email@example.com (Charlie Plyler)
From: Charlie Plyler
There were several recordings made of this event. By direct email I
am sending you a graph of the record at the Amity site in North
Carolina. We recorded the detonation at 16:45:29.9. Interestingly,
this was preceded by a ULF burst with a band width from 8 to 12
hertz and another signal from .02 to .04 hertz.
Enclosed is the Department of Defense record of the event.
On 18 January 2000, sensors aboard DOD satellites detected the impact
of a meteoroid at 16:43:43 UTC near Whitehorse in the Yukon territory,
Canada. The object detonated at an altitude of 25 km at 60.25 degrees
latitude, 134.65 degrees West Longitude. Optical sensors detected the
event at 16:43:42 UTC. The event lasted 2 seconds at 1 micron
Estimates of total radiated power (assuming a 6000K Blackbody model)
are 1.1 x 10 exp 12 Joules."
Frank Condon, another group member, also recorded this anomaly from
his Lab, in California. http://www.geo-seismic-labs.org/GSL/delta.htm