Visibility III / V
We looked at the northern lights, which at times appeared as low greenish, flaming curtains.
Suddenly, a small fireball flew directly into the field of view, sparking him, which probably broke.
Duration about 1-2 seconds. After 6 minutes, another similar one appeared, both clearly brighter than Vega and Venus. Both have a similar sparkling tail.
Or the tail could be described as the meteoroid disintegrating into 5-6 parts, and the separate pieces glowing for another half-second. The color was white or yellowish white, not a strong color. The head disappeared immediately as the tail acted. The line remained in the field of view so well that I drew its length into that image quite accurately. The sparks were not as wide as in my drawing.
At first we thought they were Air Force torches, but there is still an end to the Orionids, and both were going to the opposite perspective than where the beginning of the Orionids is, so I thought they could be them too.
I immediately drew in the notebook the direction and position against the stars. At home, I moved the lines to the star map.
The first was directly below the North Star on the horizon at low. Starting point clearly lower than Vega.
The second was straight down from the two brightest stars at the Dragon's head, and steeper obliquely and in a different direction than the first. As if both were going to the same opposite point on the horizon.
Great sight it was, both!