Un rapport peut être lié à un évènement existant. Évènement 629-2020
Témoin
NomThomas F
Niveau d'expérience4/5
RemarquesI had just walked outside and looked up at the night sky as I do every night when I go out to smoke, yes bad habit I know... But I never take my phone. But tonight I walked out, looked up and the timing was perfect. I saw it go from nothing in the sky, fairly slowly across the sky compared to your usual shooting star. It grew brighter and brighter and about 2 or 3 seconds in, it was bright enough to see fragments or debris falling or burning off the object. I'd guess at the 4 or 5 second mark when it grew its brightest and then went dark. I'm so happy I was lucky enough to see this. If it helps I was looking NW slightly and the object seemed to go from NE to SW or EW approx.
Emplacement
AdresseTucson, AZ
Latitude32° 17' 30,24'' N (32,29°)
Longitude 110° 54' 2,15'' W (-110,9°)
Altitude779,44m
Temps et durée
Date et & Heure locale04/02/2020 20:25 MST
Date et & Heure TU05/02/2020 03:25 UT
Durée≈3,5s
Direction
Direction de déplacementDu haut à droite vers le bas à gauche
Angle de descente252°
Déplacement
Azimut d'observation335°
Premier azimut355°
Première altitude66°
Dernier azimut315°
Dernière altitude23°
Luminosité et couleur
Magnitude-20
CouleurOrange, Yellow, Light Yellow, White
Son simultané
ObservationNon
Remarques-
Son décalé
ObservationNon
Remarques-
Traînée persistante
ObservationNo
Durée-
Longueur-
Remarques-
Flash terminal
ObservationUnknown
Remarques-
Fragmentation
ObservationOui
RemarquesI could see what I'd describe as sparks or fragments falling off the object