Was an amazing sight to see. Definitely a first ever in my experience.
34° 31' 40.08'' N (34.527799°)
83° 5' 56.02'' W (-83.098895°)
Time and Duration
Local Date & Time
2015-06-29 01:45 EDT
UT Date & Time
2015-06-29 05:45 UT
From up right to down left
Brightness and color
Orange, Yellow, Light Yellow, White
Upon sighting the "astroid" neither myself nor the other two observers heard any sounds that seemed directly related to the object. But roughly 30 seconds after the fading of the fireball we all heard a distant echo of a significant impact/explosion. Possibly coincidence. But too loud to ignore.
The fireball consisted of 3 objects , one main fireball and what seemed like 2 other tiny fragments all of which left their distinct trail, while being very tightly grouped in flight. The trails lasted for 3-4 seconds fading gradually.
2 distinct fragments were within a tight group that made up the fireball. 1 large and 2 much smaller