Prijave Prijava 1853c (Događaj 1853-2021)

Prijava je povezana sa slijedećim događajem: Događaj 1853-2021
Promatrač
ImeBen G
Razina iskustva3/5
NapomeneI have worked at NASA for 20 years ehs an ingineer and have been building spacecraft and operating spacecraft on orbit for a very long time, this was just a space rock but it was apparently pretty big. I did not see anything on the smalle bodies database or the minor planet centre that indicated something like that at all. I just wanted you guys to know that 1 may have slipped by and if it did not slip by and you knew about it, I would like to know what that thing was and how long we have been tracking it
Lokacija
AdresaSilver Spring, MD
Geografska širina39° 1' 6,63'' N (39,02°)
Geografska dužina 77° 1' 21,61'' W (-77,02°)
Visina102,98m
Vrijeme i trajanje
Lokalni datum & Vrijeme22.03.2021 23:39 EDT
UT Datum & Vrijeme23.03.2021 03:39 UT
Trajanje≈3,5s
Smjer
Smjer kretanjaOd dolje desno do gore lijevo
Silazni kut271°
Kretajuće
Azimut gledanja202,74°
Prvi azimut233,15°
Prva visina32°
Zadnji azimut194,17°
Zadnja visina37°
Svjetlina i boja
Zvjezdana magnituda-6
BojaOrange, Yellow
Istovremeni zvuk
PromatranjeNepoznato
Napomene-
Zakašnjeli zvuk
PromatranjeNe
Napomene-
Trajan trag
PromatranjeYes
Trajanje1s
Duljina
NapomeneThe smoke trail was only presently observable by the assumption the glowing superheated rock was masked behind something at the aft end. There was apparent break-up at the end as the object broke into 2 separate objects with the fwd part accelerating away from the part left behind. It was definitely a space rock. But it was high up, very high. I have never seen an asteroid move so slow, break up like that or react that way (20 years at nasa, Goddard space flight center.)There was no green or purple to the fire color, usually a satellite burns green and purplish, depending on Detroit. This was a space rock.
Krajnji bljesak
PromatranjeNo
Napomene-
Fragmentacija
PromatranjeDa
NapomeneIt broke into 2 separate pieces with what looked like smalling pieces breaking loose and disintegrating in fractions of a second