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Brendan on 4/07/2022 10:32pm

Yes I saw it last night, I was driving west out of Gore. Looked like it was heading southwest

Ben on 4/07/2022 9:12am

Super fast object burning up north of Wellington in a north west direction. Around 7 PM.

Jan on 4/07/2022 7:46am

Think I saw a meteor around 6.45pm today 4July over Dunedin . So bright and super fast .

Katie on 4/07/2022 9:13am

I saw it too! We were driving just north of Waikouaiti. It was red and green and to the south of us.

D T WOOD on 4/07/2022 10:12am

I saw it too, going through Mataura looking south.

Lyn on 2/07/2022 7:57pm

Filmed what looked like a star or ball of light moving across the sky approx 6am, 3rd July, thought it must have been a plane but there was not traffic over Timaru on flight tracker.

Vikki on 2/07/2022 7:00am

Walking home, saw with naked eye, falling star,meteor,long tail about 3 secs ,BEAUTFUL ,Hawkes Bay.

Quinn Gore on 2/07/2022 6:38am

Large burny smoky looking meteorite thing seen from Feilding looking east.
Very spectacular.

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