Reports Report 4160gc (Event 4160-2019)

This report has been linked to the following event: Event 4160-2019
Observer
NameDavid C
Experience Level3/5
RemarksI was just out of my campsite observing stars using my brother's Sky-Watcher Dobsonian 10" telescope, when the light and movement of the meteor/fireball caught our eyes. The nearby campfire crackling noise could have prevented us from hearing any crack or bang, so I wouldn't rule out that this even may have produced sound - I just may not have heard it from my observation position.
Location
Address, Alberta (CA)
Latitude53° 3' 49.55'' N (53.06°)
Longitude 114° 10' 5.81'' W (-114.17°)
Elevation855m
Time and Duration
Local Date & Time2019-08-31 22:23 MDT
UT Date & Time2019-09-01 04:23 UT
Duration≈3.5s
Direction
Moving directionFrom up left to down right
Descent Angle99°
Moving
Facing azimuth85°
First azimuth70°
First elevation40°
Last azimuth120°
Last elevation30°
Brightness and color
Stellar Magnitude-21
ColorLight Blue, Light Green, White
Concurrent Sound
ObservationNo
Remarks-
Delayed Sound
ObservationNo
Remarks-
Persistent train
ObservationNo
Duration-
Length-
Remarks-
Terminal flash
ObservationYes
Remarksright after the bright green flashes (brightest light) the meteor became smaller and dimmer and I could clearly make out at least 4 separate objects in the same trajectory (all emitting white light). The white light quickly faded in approx. 0.5 sec into complete black. No visible glowing trails could be seen after.
Fragmentation
ObservationYes
Remarksright after the bright green flashes (brightest light) the meteor became smaller and dimmer and I could clearly make out at least 4 separate objects in the same trajectory (all emitting white light). The white light quickly faded in approx. 0.5 sec into complete black. No visible glowing trails could be seen after.