This was the coolest thing I had ever seen! Last month I saw a giant red one fly by my window, too. I'm very happy.
42° 7' 46,86'' N (42,13°)
76° 48' 56,97'' W (-76,82°)
Uhrzeit und Dauer
Datum & Uhrzeit (Ortszeit)
18.08.2020 21:45 EDT
Datum & Uhrzeit (UT)
19.08.2020 01:45 UT
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Helligkeit und Farbe
It looked like mini tiny meteors at the end (not attached to the main meteor) that gradually turned into a glow stick that was attached to the actual meteor.
It seemed to get brighter and brighter with each second. it had started out as small and then grew really big and the surrounding yellow fluttered outward. Leaving behind the tiny meteor trail.
It was a flickering flash. It didn't go completely dark and then light up again; it was kind of like a slight disruption, a kind of Evanescence. The trail look like a bunch of much smaller meteors that were not attached to the actual meteor. There was a lot of space between them.