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Témoin
NomBRUNO R
Niveau d'expérience3/5
RemarquesAt first I thought I was seing a meteor but I have seen some in the past and they did not last this long nor end in a flash and shower of fragments and it seemed much closer. Could it also be a piece of "space junk" reentering the atmosphere?
Emplacement
AdresseMontreal, Quebec (CA)
Latitude45° 31' 40,99'' N (45,53°)
Longitude 73° 21' 26,11'' W (-73,36°)
Altitude30,41m
Temps et durée
Date et & Heure locale19/11/2020 23:18 EST
Date et & Heure TU20/11/2020 04:18 UT
Durée≈1,5s
Direction
Direction de déplacementDu bas à gauche vers le haut à droite
Angle de descente78°
Déplacement
Azimut d'observation320°
Premier azimut315°
Première altitude61°
Dernier azimut318,41°
Dernière altitude57°
Luminosité et couleur
Magnitude-23
CouleurWhite and after half a second it shattered in sparks of different colors, purple/pink and yellow
Son simultané
ObservationNon
Remarques-
Son décalé
ObservationNon
Remarques-
Traînée persistante
ObservationNo
Durée-
Longueur-
Remarques-
Flash terminal
ObservationYes
RemarquesIt appeared as a streak over my left shoulder while I was looking towards the northwest. It was travelling on a southnorth path. It first appeared as a faint trail travelling fast and it's brightness quickly quickly grew in intensity until it seemed to burst in a shower of sparks with a few colors. It all lasted not more than a second. At first I thought it might be a firework but the angle, the distance and speed were not compatible.
Fragmentation
ObservationOui
RemarquesAs mentionned above it had a tail which quickly grew in brightness until it shattered at about half it's lifespan, into a small shower of smaller fragments that fizzled in about 0.2 second