The AMS received over 70 reports this morning of a bright fiery object traveling from the east to the west over southern Wyoming and northern Colorado.
Many of the witnesses reported a slow moving object with a long duration spanning 20 seconds. This is an atypical meteor event because most fireball meteors last only 3-5 seconds. Slower moving, longer lasting fireballs are generally associated with satellites or other types of man-made space debris re-entering the atmosphere. . . .