Poročila Poročilo 5262j (Dogodek 5262-2019)

To poročilo je povezano z naslednjim dogodkom: Dogodek 5262-2019
Opazovalec
ImeTyler B
Stopnja izkušenosti1/5
OpombeCoolest thing I've ever seen from an airplane!
Lokacija
Naslov, MT
Zem. širina47° 29' 25,21'' N (47,49°)
Zem. dolžina 113° 5' 44,2'' W (-113,1°)
Višina2143,74m
Čas in trajanje
Lokalni Datum & Čas26.10.2019 18:54 MDT
UT Datum & Čas27.10.2019 00:54 UT
Trajanje≈3,5s
Smer
Smer gibanjaOd zgoraj levo proti dol desno
Kot padanja135°
Gibanje
Azimut gledanja240°
Začetni azimut230°
Začetna višina30°
Končni azimut245°
Končna višina15°
Svetlost in barva
Magnituda-8
BarvaLight Blue
Sočasni zvok
OpazovanjeNeznan
Opombe-
Zakasneli zvok
OpazovanjeNeznan
Opombe-
Sled
OpazovanjeYes
Trajanje30s
Dolžina15°
OpombePhoto submitted was of smoke train. Moving too quick to attempt to photograph actual fireball. Just enjoyed the view for 2-3 seconds, then photographed the smoke train at least 10 seconds after the fireball. Estimate smoke trail was visible for at least 30-45 seconds, but started to dissipate and became "wavy" in nature quite quickly. Was photographed from the cockpit of a Boeing 737 at 35,000 feet, on a course of 170 degrees magnetic, at a lat long of N47.4271, W113.0036 (GPS estimate +/- 30 seconds at ground speed of 500 knots). I was unable to enter a lat long at my initial position estimate on the first steps here, so I did my best to approximate, but the lat long is much more accurate obviously.
Končni blisk
OpazovanjeYes
OpombeAt least one bright flash, possibly two. Unsure of fragmentation, if so it was not clear. My estimate for luminosity was conservative in nature, the flash itself was many orders of magnitude brighter than the trail itself. Definitely erratic in nature, 100% not a contrail (I am an airline pilot). The first flash was bright enough to catch my attention while looking inside the cockpit, out of the corner of my eye and at the upper edge of the cockpit window.
Razpad
OpazovanjeNeznan
Opombe-