Berichte Bericht 4903d (Ereignis 4903-2020)

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Beobachter
NameAndrew A
Erfahrungslevel5/5
BemerkungenThis thing was south of the high cloud bank as it went behind the clouds for a split second.... the clouds were high and at least 100 miles south. As I was at work on the Space Center I keep looking around as the sun came up and saw a second fireball from east to west ( slightly different trajectory ) about 10 minutes later. The second one was much faster, like 40 mi/sec fast. I have been doing astronomy for 40 years and seen a lot of meteors, space debris, airplanes, and other assorted things in the sky. This was the first time I saw a fireball in a sky as bright as that morning. The second one was just a really bright, really fast meteor. The first one was a 2 or 3 second fireball that had to exit the atmosphere.
Ort
AdresseMerritt Island, FL
Geographische Breite28° 30' 35,95'' N (28,51°)
Geographische Länge 80° 40' 33,03'' W (-80,68°)
Höhe0,54m
Uhrzeit und Dauer
Datum & Uhrzeit (Ortszeit)31.08.2020 06:29 EDT
Datum & Uhrzeit (UT)31.08.2020 10:29 UT
Dauer≈1,5s
Richtung
BewegungsrichtungVon rechts oben nach links unten
Winkel269°
Richtung
Blickrichtung Azimut170°
Beginn Azimut201,05°
Beginn Höhe30°
Ende Azimut150,04°
Ende Höhe25°
Helligkeit und Farbe
Helligkeit-16
FarbeLight Yellow
Begleitgeräusch
BeobachtungNein
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Spätere Geräusche
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Nachleuchten
BeobachtungNo
Dauer-
Länge-
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Endblitz
BeobachtungNo
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Teilung
BeobachtungNein
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