Reports Report 6808e (Event 6808-2020)

This report has been linked to the following event: Event 6808-2020
NameSteve C
Experience Level3/5
RemarksIt was Awesome & Amazing, I've litterally never seen anything like that, out of this world🖖I was letting the cat 🐾in when I thought out the corner of my eye that I was seeing a glare of reflection of a streetlights amber sodium glow in my glasses, but then turned to see the glowing streaks of what I thought to be a high up slower moving Meteor cluster... thinking about it now...Mmmmmm, the only thing that I can compare it to is when that Spaceshuttle broke up on re-entry, mmmmmm; I don't know though, I assumed that it was a Meteor, as it was peak time for Leonids meteor shower observations ¿I just hope that other people may have seen it, and/or gotten a shot or even footage of the flying Sparks. It was Epic, whatever it turns out to be. If it's space junk then I apologise for wasting your time, but I really thought I'd seen something very Spectacular & Extraordinary.
AddressSheffield, England (GB)
Latitude53° 21' 55.51'' N (53.37°)
Longitude 1° 24' 20.88'' W (-1.41°)
Time and Duration
Local Date & Time2020-11-18 04:45 GMT
UT Date & Time2020-11-18 04:45 UT
Moving directionFrom down right to up left
Descent Angle347°
Facing azimuth290°
First azimuth290°
First elevation70°
Last azimuth108°
Last elevation45°
Brightness and color
Stellar Magnitude-5
ColorOrange, Yellow, Light Yellow, White
Concurrent Sound
Delayed Sound
Persistent train
RemarksGlowing trail... looked like 2 main trains accompanied by several smaller ones all moved at a similar velocity & trajectories, then as it reappeared from the rear roof that blocked my line of sight for a couple of seconds, it seemed like 3 main glowing chunks with many offshoots. Later I saw a white meteor, heading the opposite direction, it streaked/fizzled out in about 0.25 seconds & only appeared to travel 40° distance before it vanished out of clear sight... 🌟The strange previous event was still going strong as it passed behind the neighbours rooftop.
Terminal flash
RemarksIt slowly broke apart as it was disintergrating... bit like a welding torch but 50% less bright; it was cloudy though