Rapports Rapport 5566fg (Évènement 5566-2019)

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Témoin
NomManuela W
Niveau d'expérience4/5
RemarquesWe had our first snow/freezing rain shower of the season today-I was cleaning the frozen snow off my car for the morning. I started my car and turned the defrost on and as I was getting out saw a white light (light bright lightning) everywhere- then I saw the meteor falling...and a huge fireball. It felt like it lasted quite longer than normal and looked so close and much much larger. It was the most spectacular meteor I’ve ever seen . I ran in the house and was yelling I just saw the biggest shooting star in my life and my husband came outside-he saw the flash from his office inside-That’s when we heard the first boom-I turned my car off-then we heard the others 💥He though maybe an airplane crashed/exploded (from Sullivan airport). I immediately posted in our lake fb page to see if anyone els saw it.
Emplacement
AdresseLeslie, MO
Latitude38° 20' 59,43'' N (38,35°)
Longitude 91° 15' 12,53'' W (-91,25°)
Altitude221,64m
Temps et durée
Date et & Heure locale11/11/2019 20:48 CST
Date et & Heure TU12/11/2019 02:48 UT
Durée≈7,5s
Direction
Direction de déplacementDu haut à droite vers le bas à gauche
Angle de descente206°
Déplacement
Azimut d'observation-
Premier azimut-
Première altitude73°
Dernier azimut-
Dernière altitude29°
Luminosité et couleur
Magnitude-12
CouleurLight Blue
Son simultané
ObservationOui
RemarquesMy car was running-but we still heard felt a very loud boom-and felt a shake. We live in a valley-and it echoed several times
Son décalé
ObservationOui
RemarquesFirst one heard/felt a very loud boom-and felt a shake. We live in a valley on a 40 acre lake and it echoed several times (3-4)...I turned my car off after first boom-and we heard/felt at least 3 more after.
Traînée persistante
ObservationNo
Durée-
Longueur-
Remarques-
Flash terminal
ObservationUnknown
Remarques-
Fragmentation
ObservationInconnu
Remarques-