Reports Report 4273h (Event 4273-2017)

Name Linda W
Experience Level 3/5
Remarks I almost didn't report it, because it was small... but darnit, it was the biggest "shooting star" I've ever seen so... maybe it's worth it.
Address -
Latitude 42° 44' 16.63'' N (42.737952°)
Longitude 90° 24' 26.71'' W (-90.40742°)
Elevation 332.165m
Time and Duration
Local Date & Time 2017-11-12 17:39 CST
UT Date & Time 2017-11-12 23:39 UT
Duration ≈3.5s
Moving direction From up right to down left
Descent Angle 254°
Facing azimuth 68.63°
First azimuth 74.83°
First elevation 37°
Last azimuth 56.79°
Last elevation 26°
Brightness and color
Stellar Magnitude -7
Color Orange, Red, Brown
Concurrent Sound
Observation Unknown
Remarks -
Delayed Sound
Observation Unknown
Remarks -
Persistent train
Observation Yes
Duration 1s
Remarks It was dark but somehow I could still see the puff of smoke left behind when it burned out, so it must have glowed a little bit? You could see the tail of it undulating as if it was flames. I was driving and the radio was on so no idea if it made noise. It wasn't large in size, but bigger than any single star I've ever seen.
Terminal flash
Observation Yes
Remarks It was a small brighter glow, kind of the way a match burns out, lasted less than a second
Observation Unknown
Remarks -