Reportes Reporte 4160gc (Caso 4160-2019)

Este reporte se ha asociado al siguiente bólido: Caso 4160-2019
Observador
NombreDavid C
Nivel de experiencia3/5
NotasI was just out of my campsite observing stars using my brother's Sky-Watcher Dobsonian 10" telescope, when the light and movement of the meteor/fireball caught our eyes. The nearby campfire crackling noise could have prevented us from hearing any crack or bang, so I wouldn't rule out that this even may have produced sound - I just may not have heard it from my observation position.
Lugar
Dirección, Alberta (CA)
Latitud53° 3' 49,55'' N (53,06°)
Longitud 114° 10' 5,81'' W (-114,17°)
Altitud855m
Hora y duración
Fecha & Hora locales31/08/2019 22:23 MDT
Fecha & Hora TU01/09/2019 04:23 UT
Duración≈3,5s
Dirección
Dirección de movimientoDe arriba a la izquierda a abajo a la derecha
Ángulo de descenso99°
Movimiento
Acimut hacia la que miraba85°
Acimut inicial70°
Altura inicial40°
Acimut final120°
Altura final30°
Color y brillo
Magnitud estelar-21
ColorLight Blue, Light Green, White
Sonido simultáneo
ObservaciónNo
Notas-
Sonido diferido
ObservaciónNo
Notas-
Estela persistente
ObservaciónNo
Duración-
Longitud-
Notas-
Destello final
ObservaciónYes
Notasright after the bright green flashes (brightest light) the meteor became smaller and dimmer and I could clearly make out at least 4 separate objects in the same trajectory (all emitting white light). The white light quickly faded in approx. 0.5 sec into complete black. No visible glowing trails could be seen after.
Fragmentación
Observación
Notasright after the bright green flashes (brightest light) the meteor became smaller and dimmer and I could clearly make out at least 4 separate objects in the same trajectory (all emitting white light). The white light quickly faded in approx. 0.5 sec into complete black. No visible glowing trails could be seen after.