The trail was a straight line pointing slightly downwards. It burned out 2-3 degrees before ‘reaching’ Jupiter (from my perspective). Flight TP752/TAP752 LIS-CPH flew right above me 1 minute later in the opposite direction. They may have observed the light ball on their front / starboard side. Their calibrated altitude 2 minutes later was 5.890 ft and ground speed 268 kts.
55° 44' 32,68'' N (55,74°)
12° 31' 51,55'' E (12,53°)
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09.10.2021 22:37 CEST
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09.10.2021 20:37 UT
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I think nothing. There could have been a slight sizzle. Suspect it’s imaginary due to the gradually increasing sizzling light that came to full stop when it burned up.
I remember no smoke. Only light train. As the ball became brighter the trail ‘grew’ longer. From a small glimpse at first to a few (maybe 5-7) degrees just before burnout.
It was more like exponential increase in light until it suddenly turned off