Reports Report 3116d (Event 3116-2019)

This report has been linked to the following event: Event 3116-2019
Observer
NameMazy B
Experience Level4/5
RemarksI find it hard to estimate stellar magnitude - this thing was bright but small. It didn't light up the landscape but it was white hot arc weld bright, and the colourful lead up and trail out of the track was more spectacular than any I have seen. I think at one time you had an option to report how long the track lingered (a second or so). For example Jupiter's pretty bright, and I enjoyed watching the ISS pass twice tonight, and I think it was meant to be -3.7 which made it brighter than Jupe, but this thing was phosphorus burning bright. But small. And so fast I didn't have time to register if the landscape could be illuminated at all, but the ISS is certainly not going to illuminate the ground, this thing could. Moon was already up too waning gibbous.
Location
AddressSummerland, British Columbia (CA)
Latitude49° 36' 56.49'' N (49.62°)
Longitude 119° 40' 16.97'' W (-119.67°)
Elevation489.89m
Time and Duration
Local Date & Time2019-07-21 00:00 PDT
UT Date & Time2019-07-21 07:00 UT
Duration<1s
Direction
Moving directionFrom up right to down left
Descent Angle265°
Moving
Facing azimuth74.48°
First azimuth93.86°
First elevation59°
Last azimuth63.82°
Last elevation49°
Brightness and color
Stellar Magnitude-7
ColorPink, Dark Blue, Blue, Light Blue, Yellow, Light Yellow, Red, White
Concurrent Sound
ObservationNo
Remarks-
Delayed Sound
ObservationNo
Remarks-
Persistent train
ObservationUnknown
Duration-
Length-
Remarks-
Terminal flash
ObservationYes
RemarksVery briefly as bright as arc welding then dimming to red and still progressing briefly. Brighter than anything I've seen in the sky besides the sun and I have seen some big, long, bright meteors. The flash reminded me of camera footage of that fireball in Russia a few years back that made the news because it broke so may windows. Obviously much smaller scale and did not light up the landscape but painful bright.
Fragmentation
ObservationNo
Remarks-