In my 55 years on earth, this the biggest and best observation of a "shooting star"
27° 45' 30.5'' S (-27.76°)
29° 59' 39.81'' E (29.99°)
Time and Duration
Local Date & Time
2019-03-28 20:30 SAST
UT Date & Time
2019-03-28 18:30 UT
From up left to down right
Brightness and color
Light Blue, Light Green, Orange, Yellow
Bright yellow pieces broke of causing the tail. Blue-ish color (green). Blunt point and big chunk broke of during this blue green color period just before it dissapeared
Blue/green bright with chunks breaking of into the tail and then a big piece breaking of just before it dissapear/exploded.
During the flight pieces broke of forming the tail. The last big piece (25%) broke of into the tail but burned out slightly later than the main body. During the early stage yellow/orange small fragmentation of the same color. The closer it got to the horizon (blue/green) stage fragments were the same color.