A bright fireball crossed the sky of north-eastern Italy on the morning of November 19, 2020, The fireball was taken from the "allsky" camera installed at the Col Drusciè Astronomical Observatory in Cortina d'Ampezzo!
☄️ The fireball crossed the sky low on the horizon from north to east, at 4:47 am on November 19, 2020.
p.s. it is the white light trail at the bottom right of the image.
The fireballs are particularly bright and spectacular meteors (also called shooting stars - the visible trace of the fragments entering the earth's atmosphere with a high speed) that can be easily seen even during the day from a large region.
During the phase of entry into the atmosphere, the meteors are slowed down and heated by friction and disintegrate. Sometimes meteors are large enough to survive the passage into the atmosphere and their fragments or meteorites can be recovered on the ground.