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It was the best single meteor I've ever seen but it probably doesn't count as some amazing fireball of any record.
47° 38' 20.08'' N (47.63891°)
122° 14' 45.39'' W (-122.245941°)
Time and Duration
Local Date & Time
2017-10-24 19:40 PDT
UT Date & Time
2017-10-25 02:40 UT
From up left to down right
Brightness and color
Looked like a dust or smoke trail, nothing was glowing in it.
I saw 2 flashes, one when it entered my view, then it traveled between 30-40 degrees and flashed when it broke up again at the bottom.
It was a burst, like the rock split and burned for another few tenths of a second before it went out.