Reports Report 2069f (Event 2069-2021)

This report has been linked to the following event: Event 2069-2021
Observer
NameDanny B
Experience Level4/5
RemarksJust that as it fanned out it fizzled out like a firecracker (visually) and I've never witnessed that before. I once witnessed one that audibly fizzled that seemed faster, more blue white than yellow white and that left a distinct trail.
Location
Address, England (GB)
Latitude53° 49' 21.59'' N (53.82°)
Longitude 1° 27' 1.73'' W (-1.45°)
Elevation105.29m
Time and Duration
Local Date & Time2021-04-02 21:30 BST
UT Date & Time2021-04-02 20:30 UT
Duration≈1.5s
Direction
Moving directionFrom up left to down right
Descent Angle94°
Moving
Facing azimuth131.8°
First azimuth18.43°
First elevation89°
Last azimuth130.09°
Last elevation44°
Brightness and color
Stellar Magnitude-12
ColorOrange, Yellow, Light Yellow, White
Concurrent Sound
ObservationNo
Remarks-
Delayed Sound
ObservationNo
Remarks-
Persistent train
ObservationNo
Duration-
Length-
Remarks-
Terminal flash
ObservationYes
RemarksIt may have been fragmenting as soon as I saw it. However, it quickly fragmented, shining bright initially and sparkling as it did so further, into a fan shape, like a tail feather. The brightest parts being nearer the centre / initial trajectory. The fragments that burnt out lasted a second or so. There were initial trails but they didn't last. I stood silent and awaited any associated noise but didn't hear any.
Fragmentation
ObservationYes
RemarksAs I said above, it may have been that as I saw it, it was the initial burn up in the atmosphere. Anyhow, it was heading in a definite south-east direction and then pieces fragmented off in a fan shape. They burned bright, almost fizzling, white/yellow mainly, and then burned out, leaving a momentary trail as they did so. A larger nucleus carried on burning bright along the initial trajectory. I tried to get myself higher to see it continue but I think it must've burned out.