Observer Name Gwen P Experience Level 1/5 Remarks It was very big, about 1/4 the size of the moon.
Location Address Lexington, NC Latitude 35° 51' 31.01'' N (35.86°) Longitude 80° 15' 7.12'' W (-80.25°) Elevation 245.57m
Time and Duration Local Date & Time 2022-12-01 19:35 EST UT Date & Time 2022-12-02 00:35 UT Duration ≈3.5s
Direction Moving direction From down right to up left Descent Angle 294°
Moving Facing azimuth 343.13° First azimuth 348.78° First elevation 59° Last azimuth 6.55° Last elevation 5°
Brightness and color Stellar Magnitude -18 Color Green, White
Concurrent Sound Observation No Remarks -
Delayed Sound Observation No Remarks -
Persistent train Observation No Duration - Length - Remarks -
Terminal flash Observation No Remarks -
Fragmentation Observation Yes Remarks As it got closer to the ground the tail broke up into tiny fragments like dust and it changed from a huge white ball with a streaming tail to a small bright green ball with a tail. It seemed to burn out as it was changing colors and falling to earth.