Reports Report 2325v (Event 2325-2020)

This report has been linked to the following event: Event 2325-2020
NameRyan K
Experience Level4/5
Remarks1: if I don't manage to respond to email feel free to contact.2: it seemed like it really was not far away, judging by its scaled size versus my location and elevation and factoring the number of seconds it took the sound to reach me in my opinion put it at landing near the northeast end of Gilchrist county Florida. 3: this is not the first sighting of one other incident in late 2010 all the conditions of light and train pattern color and trajectory were virtually identical including the delayed slight boom. However during the event in 2010 I was already on that side of the county and the degree I witnessed was it fall was near straight down.
AddressTrenton, FL
Latitude29° 36' 4.65'' N (29.6°)
Longitude 82° 49' 21.69'' W (-82.82°)
Time and Duration
Local Date & Time2020-05-14 00:44 EDT
UT Date & Time2020-05-14 04:44 UT
Moving directionFrom up left to down right
Descent Angle171°
Facing azimuth26.42°
First azimuth44°
First elevation56°
Last azimuth31°
Last elevation-
Brightness and color
Stellar Magnitude-13
ColorGreen, Light Green
Concurrent Sound
Delayed Sound
Persistent train
RemarksSlight faint black smoke at the furthest part of the tail of the train that slowly followed in pace with the trajectory of the fire ball (which the fire ball itself seemed to be the darkest color it appeared as if it was dense in nature) preceded by bright heat light in front of it by inches (speaking inches as perspective of naked eye) with a bright green light surrounding its surrounding surface area and from right behind in the widest part of the train itself all the way to where the black smoke followed the light was littered with bright-ish silver particles like electric discharge due to atmospheric entry like static electrical shocks.
Terminal flash
RemarksIt was as it made its way to three quarters of the way down to the bottom of the horizon, that was when the objects green light reached its peak of brightness to an almost white green light before depending back to a very dark green.