Relatos Relato 643ah (Evento 643-2019)

Este relato foi vinculado com o seguinte evento: Evento 643-2019
Observador
NomeWalley W
Grau de Experiência2/5
ObservaçõesWhile the actual object was in its path from very high straight downward to the West-South West, it seemed to me that the object had a flat front. This means that the part of the object closest to the horizon during its entire trek was flat. The trail behind this object was narrower than at the front. However, this is the largest meteor I have ever seen in my life and thus the trail was much wider than I have ever seen as well. The fact that a smoke trail remained for at least 10 minutes made me think it was man-made instead of rock.
Localização
EndereçoSalida, CO
Latitude38° 31' 27,01'' N (38,52°)
Longitude 106° 0' 19,34'' W (-106,01°)
Elevação2172,97m
Hora e Duração
Data & Hora Local07/02/2019 18:12 MST
Data & Hora Universal08/02/2019 01:12 UT
Duração≈3,5s
Direção
Direção que se moveuDa direita baixa para esquerda alta
Ângulo de descida359°
Movendo-se
De frente ao azimute262,95°
Primeiro azimute267,73°
Primeira elevação60°
Último azimute263,98°
Última elevação15°
Brilho e cor(es)
Magnitude estelar-16
CorBlue, Light Blue
Som Simultâneo
ObservaçãoNão
Observações-
Som com atraso
ObservaçãoNão
Observações-
Rastro de poeira (persistente)
ObservaçãoYes
Duração99,99s
Extensão15°
ObservaçõesSmoke trail that glowed. My thoughts were that it was in elevation above the earth about the same as commercial aircraft. The aloft winds started to distort it after about a minute. After about 7 -8 minutes in took on the shape of a sideways "W" . After that the winds started moving it easterly. The trail was seen just to the right of the crescent moon up until these winds moved it "upwards" toward the 12 o'clock position. But the trail dissipated before it reached the 12 o'clock position.
Explosão no final
ObservaçãoNo
Observações-
Fragmentação
ObservaçãoSim
ObservaçõesVery briefly I saw very minute fragments slip off both sides of the trail. The object seemed to remain mostly intact until it fully dissipated.