Reportes Reporte 4160n (Caso 4160-2019)

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Observador
NombreDenis W
Nivel de experiencia2/5
NotasIt was fast and it started out high from the west And ended low to the east at a south angle.The boom seemed to take about 40ish seconds and it was so cool sounding I wish I could hear it aging.I can see this sucker hitting near mid Saskatchewan Canada as it from my perspective ended low, very low on the horizon east south east.It was so red at first and the yellows were really neat, not sure if thats from the perspective and atmospheric conditions but I saw no greens or blues and it seemed to stay as one big bright ball but there was some other flickers streaming from it and the smoke trail was very visible for while.
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DirecciónSherwood Park, Alberta (CA)
Latitud53° 28' 58,26'' N (53,48°)
Longitud 113° 13' 17,89'' W (-113,22°)
Altitud747,5m
Hora y duración
Fecha & Hora locales31/08/2019 22:35 MDT
Fecha & Hora TU01/09/2019 04:35 UT
Duración≈3,5s
Dirección
Dirección de movimientoDe arriba a la derecha a abajo a la izquierda
Ángulo de descenso264°
Movimiento
Acimut hacia la que miraba165,02°
Acimut inicial222,18°
Altura inicial73°
Acimut final99,3°
Altura final11°
Color y brillo
Magnitud estelar-16
ColorOrange, Yellow, Red
Sonido simultáneo
ObservaciónDesconocido
Notas-
Sonido diferido
Observación
NotasClear night sounded like thunder but very distinct sonic booms with a lingering rumble
Estela persistente
ObservaciónUnknown
Duración-
Longitud-
Notas-
Destello final
ObservaciónYes
NotasStarted out really red then huge orange and yellow flashes that turned very golden in color towards horizon after passing.
Fragmentación
Observación
NotasHard to say if it was fire balls or fragments