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A fireball at night, brigter than the venus - 21.2.2019 at 19.43 Kangasala Observation number 81304

Visibility III / V

Markku Lintinen, Tampereen Ursa

The Sky Watch already had a large number of visual observations and one image when I got to check the sky camera recording. Earthgrazer seems to be based on a long visible flight. The resolution of the original image is halved to 1280x960 in both directions. The video was unfortunately a bit jerky, but the timestamps show the duration of the flight.



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  • Accuracy of the given observation time?
    • Maximum of 1 minutes difference possible
  • How long time did you see the fireball fly in the sky?
    • 10 seconds
  • How the flight of the fireball ended?
    • The fireball faded away
  • In which direction the fireball disappeared out of sight?
    • West
  • In which altitude the bolide disappeared from your sight?
    • Low near the horizon
  • Brightness of the fireball
    • A fireball at night, brighter than the Venus
Technical information

Milesight UI-5D75-PCV, 5fps original image 2560x1920

Comments: 3 pcs
Mikko Peussa - 21.2.2019 at 21.46 Report this

Kovasti odotettu video. Hienoa!

Hannu Heimonen - 21.2.2019 at 22.12 Report this

Siilinjärvelläkin tämä tuli havaittua, loput 5sek. Punaruskea Marsmainen, lyhyt vana.

Tommi Malm - 22.2.2019 at 14.33 Report this

Taisin nähdä tuon loppulennon Kangasalan Ruutanantieltä.

Näytti tuolta, mitä Hannukin kuvaili. Punaruskea Marsmainen, lyhyt vana. Ei se siis ollutkaan ilotulite.

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