"The most interesting about the ones you showed me was that the trajectory of the meteor was pretty much straight down," Wethington said. "I'm somewhat doubtful it's part of the Geminids and a falling satellite might have looked different," he noted. And he thinks these pictures (Video) look more like a dense rock, or in other words space debris.
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December 29: Possible remnants of Ison found by amateur astronomer Hiro.
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Hiro: "I tried imaging of the ephemeris of C/2012 S1 ISON at 11,000 feet above sea level. There looked to be some faint and vast elongated object near the direction on the frame showing some amount of IFN, integrated flux nebulae, though I can not confirm it the remnant of the comet. The object was faint as IFN."
"I will image the ephemeris area again in the coming days, and I may be able to confirm it, if it moved as expected. The object looked vast and faint, and telephoto lens of focal length 150mm - 300mm may be suitable for imaging."
This is a remarkable discovery as NASA’s Hubble telescope failed to detect the remnants of Ison. Meanwhile NASA tweeted Hiro’s discovery as possible confirmation of comet Ison’s remnants.
With increasing frequency, meteors and fireballs are coming down over Earth, specifically a high number of them over the US.
In our article The Ison debris tail and Fema 3 region we wrote that USA is one of the areas that will be aligned with the debris path from Ison.