Reports Report 2686r (Event 2686-2021)

This report has been linked to the following event: Event 2686-2021
Observer
NameZac C
Experience Level3/5
RemarksI try to get out for any meteor showers i can if weather is good, average of 2-4 per year. Wouldn't call myself an amateur astronomer but I have a telescope that I do use somewhat regularly. I'm always looking up for cool meteorites when I go out fishing at night, 1-3 nights a week, have seen quite a few. This one was by far the most incredible as far as size, duration, color, brightness and it is the first time I've ever heard any sound as a result of a meteor breaking up or just seeing one in general
Location
AddressSt. Pete Beach, FL
Latitude27° 44' 27.07'' N (27.74°)
Longitude 82° 45' 15.28'' W (-82.75°)
Elevation1.01m
Time and Duration
Local Date & Time2021-05-09 02:40 EDT
UT Date & Time2021-05-09 06:40 UT
Duration≈3.5s
Direction
Moving directionFrom up left to down right
Descent Angle104°
Moving
Facing azimuth260.7°
First azimuth227.01°
First elevation50°
Last azimuth288.82°
Last elevation20°
Brightness and color
Stellar Magnitude-7
ColorLight Blue, Green, Orange
Concurrent Sound
ObservationYes
RemarksAt the end it turned orange and broke apart, like flame embers from burning wood, this is when it made a whoosh sound, like dropping a lit match in the water
Delayed Sound
ObservationNo
Remarks-
Persistent train
ObservationUnknown
Duration-
Length-
Remarks-
Terminal flash
ObservationYes
RemarksAbout halfway through its track in the sky the green brightness/intensity grew to a flash bright enough to cast shadows, and fill in dark areas between streetlights with enough light to see by
Fragmentation
ObservationYes
RemarksAfter the flash/peak brightness the color trail looked like orange embers were breaking off the sides, then whole thing fragmented or broke apart into a spray of orange embers