Verslagen Verslag 1554ae (Gebeurtenis 1554-2021)

This report has been linked to the following event: Gebeurtenis 1554-2021
Waarnemer
NaamThomas K
Ervarings niveau3/5
OpmerkingenThe actual time of witness was right around 7:30pm (I asked the person I was with after I had already entered the time of witness and they corrected my estimation). Thank you for your service!
locatie
AdresRaleigh, NC
Breedtegraad35° 46' 19,87'' N (35,77°)
Lengtegraad 78° 43' 10,05'' W (-78,72°)
Hoogte124,04m
Tijd en Duur
Lokale Datum & Tijd12/03/2021 19:15 EST
UT Datum & Tijd13/03/2021 00:15 UT
Tijdsduur≈3,5s
Richting
BeweegrichtingVan boven rechts naar beneden links
Invalshoek206°
Bewegend
Azimut kijkrichting231,75°
Eerste azimut233,66°
Eerste hoogte39°
Laatste azimut224,55°
Laatste hoogte17°
Helderheid en kleur
Ster helderheid-9
KleurLight Green was the dominant color I noticed (but I was wearing light-rose colored lenses, for what it’s worth). It may have had some light blue as well. The other person in my vehicle said they thought they saw some red, but I did not notice red from
Gelijktijdig geluid
WaarnemingOnbekend
Opmerkingen-
Uitgesteld geluid
WaarnemingOnbekend
Opmerkingen-
Nalichtend spoor
WaarnemingUnknown
Tijdsduur-
Lengte-
Opmerkingen-
Eind lichtflits
WaarnemingYes
OpmerkingenThe trail disappeared and then about a 1/4th of a second later I saw a small, bright, white flash at the termination of the angle of descent. As we progressed farther (we were in a moving vehicle) we noticed a communications tower with 3 flashing safety lights. I don’t believe one is these was mistaken for the terminal flash I witnessed, but I want to include this detail just in case. Also I previously reported the approximate time of witness as 7:15pm. I asked the person who was with me and they said it was actually just about 7:30pm (They remembered looking at the clock). I don’t know if I’ll be able to review all my data inputs, so I wanted to enter that correction here just in case.
Fragmentatie
WaarnemingJa
OpmerkingenIt seemed to break up a bit in the closest part of its tail as it was nearing the end of its trajectory before the flash.