This report has been linked to the following event: Gebeurtenis 1619-2021
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NaamZiibisan K
Ervarings niveau5/5
OpmerkingenAt 45 years old and thoroughly University educated and being a career science teacher, having lived most of my life in wilderness night viewing, being an avid star gazer.... this was the largest shooting star fireball that I have ever seen! I was watching the exact area of the sky when the fireball appeared. It lite up to almost twice the light brightness of a full moon quickly (with in a 1/4 of a second of time) and then maintained that brightness without varying. This phenomenon glided across the sky and disappeared beyond the horizon line over the course of approximately 4 seconds time. I stated disappearance occured 5 degree above horizon though that is only because the distance tree line obscured the actual horizon line at 5 degrees above the actual horizon line. That was truly a cosmic speed to observe!
locatie
AdresAshland, WI
Breedtegraad46° 33' 56,77'' N (46,57°)
Lengtegraad 90° 52' 11,92'' W (-90,87°)
Hoogte221,09m
Tijd en Duur
Lokale Datum & Tijd14/03/2021 20:55 CDT
UT Datum & Tijd15/03/2021 01:55 UT
Tijdsduur≈3,5s
Richting
BeweegrichtingVan boven rechts naar beneden links
Invalshoek265°
Bewegend
Azimut kijkrichting303,81°
Eerste azimut346,15°
Eerste hoogte75°
Laatste azimut184,07°
Laatste hoogte
Helderheid en kleur
Ster helderheid-17
KleurLight Blue
Gelijktijdig geluid
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Uitgesteld geluid
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Nalichtend spoor
WaarnemingNo
Tijdsduur-
Lengte-
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Eind lichtflits
WaarnemingNo
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Fragmentatie
WaarnemingNee
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