Reports Report 2649c (Event 2649-2019)

This report has been linked to the following event: Event 2649-2019
Observer
NameJ G
Experience Level2/5
RemarksI sky watch and enjoy sitting outside tracking satellites and other space stuff via an ap I have on my ipad. I use binoculars on occasion and have fun. Ive seen many "shooting" stars but this one was the brightest Ive ever seen. My back yard is very dark and a good quite spot for enjoying the sky. I was actually looking toward the "South" when I noticed the white fence (also to my south) "lit up". There was enough light from this meteor to light up my white vinyl fence. I turned to my right and seen the meteor and watched it fly on an angle that was interrupted by my houses roof line. I was a bit shocked that it lasted as long as it did. I would have expected it to "go out" before going behind my house. It created a kind of neat circumstance where my eyes still seen the trail left behind without seeing the meteor itself there at the end of the sighting. It was a super cool view to see it this way. I have no idea how to tell but my guess is that it was heading down somewhere toward the coast of the gulf just west/north of my location. I have a hard time describing how bright it was. The moon was out last night and a bit "hazy" and dull in intensity (to my south east at the time)....this meteor was very bright and very "clear" looking. Definitely brighter than any star in the sky and much more intense light coming from the meteor itself. Ive never seen a meteor with enough light or last long enough to light up any object like this one. As described in the report, my memory is telling me its was yellow/white with the tail being like yellow/white sparks and the meteor being more white then yellow if that helps. It really looked like a roman candle as silly as that sounds. Not just a "quick" blink and "flash" like most I see. If anyone else were outside, they would have seen this one.
Location
AddressWesley Chapel, FL
Latitude28° 13' 49.31'' N (28.23°)
Longitude 82° 18' 10.59'' W (-82.3°)
Elevation31.42m
Time and Duration
Local Date & Time2019-06-23 00:30 EDT
UT Date & Time2019-06-23 04:30 UT
Duration≈3.5s
Direction
Moving directionFrom up left to down right
Descent Angle120°
Moving
Facing azimuth329.34°
First azimuth313.34°
First elevation33°
Last azimuth346.1°
Last elevation28°
Brightness and color
Stellar Magnitude-8
ColorLight Yellow
Concurrent Sound
ObservationNo
Remarks-
Delayed Sound
ObservationNo
Remarks-
Persistent train
ObservationYes
Duration3s
Length15°
RemarksIt looked like a roman candle kind of "sparky" looking trail. As the bright meteor caught my attention, it crossed over the top of my house I lost sight but could still see the trail left behind.
Terminal flash
ObservationNo
Remarks-
Fragmentation
ObservationNo
Remarks-