Visibility III / V
This fireball was unusually bright because it caused a "crown" on the camera lens to flash (a similar crown is also visible on the Moon - the lens is apparently dirty). A fireball was visible above the star Izar. It appears to come from below the star Delta Bootis, pass towards Rho Boot, and extinguish just before Rho Boot. In the video, the flight direction of the fireball appears to be more vertical than it actually was, because the camera has a wide-angle lens. It was south in the direction of approx. 195 degrees and at an altitude of approx. 57 degrees. The brightest star visible in the video is Acturus and Otava can be seen at the top.
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