Resoconti Resoconto 6194k (Evento 6194-2022)

Questo resoconto è stato collegato all'evento seguente: Evento 6194-2022
NomeCraig P
Livello di esperienza2/5
NoteI've seen several falling stars in my life. This was far more dramatic than any falling star I've seen. I'm almost 55 years old and grew up in a rural area and did a fair amount of stargazing as a kid. I've seen satellites move across the sky camping at high altitudes. I was with a friend a few years ago with a telescope and seen some distant meteor showers once which didn't compare at all to this event. Much closer to us and more dramatic. I reported this to KTVI news in St Louis Saturday morning (9/17/22) and at that time they indicated no one else had called in. In the photograph I uploaded I took that standing on the west side of Lawrence looking toward the west. Right after that picture I fumbled to get my camera into video mode and walked backwards across Lawrence to capture the video. I run a solar energy installation company, mechanical engineer by education and was with my wife who's a medical doctor. We both clearly saw this event.
IndirizzoSt. Louis, MO
Latitudine38° 37' 9,76'' N (38,62°)
Longitudine 90° 14' 51,09'' W (-90,25°)
Altezza sul livello del mare147,36m
Tempo e durata
Data e tempo locale2022-09-16 21:01 CDT
Date e tempo T.U. (Tempo Universale)2022-09-17 02:01 UT
Direzione di movimentoDall'alto a destra in basso a sinistra
Angolo di discesa245°
Guardando verso l'azimuth330°
Primo azimuth320°
Prima altezza28°
Ultimo azimuth300°
Ultima altezza17°
Luminosità e colore
Magnitudine stellare20-
ColoreLight Yellow
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Suono ritardato
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NoteThe object was falling toward earth, large with "sparks" then seemed to move horizontally and disappear / then reappear almost like it was darting through clouds. It was clear cloudless night where we were. The object moved toward the west from our perspective I think we were looking at the rear of the object as it moved away from us. As it was closer to the horizon it blurred and appeared smokey then brighter for a split second then smoky again. In the video which was taken at the end of the event you can still see some sparking before it disappeared into the glow / smoky look. I think we were looking at the rear of the fireball as it moved away from my wife and I.
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