Relatos Relato 2715au (Evento 2715-2022)

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Observador
NomeMark L
Grau de Experiência1/5
ObservaçõesApproximately 11:30 pm, Sunday, May 9th, I was driving through Kingston, Ontario and spotted a massive, bright green, and white light streaking through the sky. It was falling several km's north of the city and seemed to be earthbound, on a slight angle as opposed to a horizontal trajectory. This was not a typical meteor/meteoroid/meteorite. The head of the meteor was a brilliant white, bowed disc encompassed with both sheer white and dazzling, neon green. The plasma or ion tail was extraordinarily long and consisted of both the sheer white and neon green and tapered off to a very fine point, fading to yellow before disappearing completely. This was easily the most brilliant, glowing meteor I've ever witnessed and it actually seemed to be falling for several seconds before disappearing completely behind the skyline. I had enough time to see it, quickly pull over and start retrieving my cell phone from the console before it vanished. Certainly an incredible experience and I hope someone was able to record this breath-taking phenomenon. I don't think I'll ever personally witness a meteor that long-lasting and brilliant again in my lifetime.
Localização
EndereçoKingston, Ontario (CA)
Latitude44° 14' 24,93'' N (44,24°)
Longitude 76° 31' 7,04'' W (-76,52°)
Elevação102,47m
Hora e Duração
Data & Hora Local08/05/2022 23:30 EDT
Data & Hora Universal09/05/2022 03:30 UT
Duração≈3,5s
Direção
Direção que se moveuDa direita alta para esquerda baixa
Ângulo de descida198°
Movendo-se
De frente ao azimute34,08°
Primeiro azimute63,29°
Primeira elevação57°
Último azimute27,32°
Última elevação11°
Brilho e cor(es)
Magnitude estelar-20
CorLight Green, Light Yellow, White
Som Simultâneo
ObservaçãoNão
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Som com atraso
ObservaçãoNão
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Rastro de poeira (persistente)
ObservaçãoYes
Duração2s
Extensão45°
ObservaçõesThe train was the most brilliant surrounding the "fireball" (meteor?). It was very long, bright white and green and tapered off to a fine point. The last 7 to 10% of the trail quickly faded from brilliant white and green to a pale yellow before disappearing completely note: I do NOT understand the question"How long was the train?" I cant comprehend how the trains length is measured in degrees so my response of 45° is based on the approximate angle it fell to earth.
Explosão no final
ObservaçãoNo
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Fragmentação
ObservaçãoDesconhecido
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