Un rapport peut être lié à un évènement existant. Évènement 7697-2021
Témoin
NomEva H
Niveau d'expérience4/5
RemarquesI don't remember how bright the object itself was, and I hesitated before reporting it as it was quite dim compared to the other fireball I have seen, and even some meteors I have seen, however it quickly crossed the sky almost from horizon to horizon, leaving an incredibly long smoke trail, much wider than the object itself, if I remember correctly (perhaps 2-3x as wide, maybe a bit more). I don't know if this is common or not. I've seen some meteors with long, bright tails, but I've never seen anything quite like this. It passed almost directly overhead and the tail was visibly distinguishable from the background, probably being lit up by the lights of LA.
Emplacement
AdresseFillmore, CA
Latitude34° 24' 53,36'' N (34,41°)
Longitude 118° 55' 15,33'' W (-118,92°)
Altitude143,48m
Temps et durée
Date et & Heure locale13/11/2021 01:55 PST
Date et & Heure TU13/11/2021 09:55 UT
Durée≈7,5s
Direction
Direction de déplacementDu bas à droite vers le haut à gauche
Angle de descente357°
Déplacement
Azimut d'observation125°
Premier azimut148,91°
Première altitude15°
Dernier azimut350°
Dernière altitude25°
Luminosité et couleur
Magnitude-4
CouleurLight Blue, White
Son simultané
ObservationNon
Remarques-
Son décalé
ObservationNon
Remarques-
Traînée persistante
ObservationYes
Durée-
Longueur50°
RemarquesThe smoke trail was perhaps more interesting than the object itself. I don't remember enough to say how long it lasted, but no more than 10 seconds. It was very, very long and prominent, looking like a wide, fresh contrail. I've seen a fireball before, as well as several meteors with smoke trails, but this has to be the longest I've seen. I will say, 50 degrees is probably a generous minimum. It may have been up to, perhaps more than, 90 degrees, but I was keeping an eye on the object itself.
Flash terminal
ObservationUnknown
Remarques-
Fragmentation
ObservationNon
Remarques-