|Occurred : 1/23/2016 01:00 (Entered as : 01/23/2016 1:00)
Reported: 1/24/2016 1:19:39 AM 01:19
Location: Honolulu, HI
|Green-blue streak over nightime ocean
Unusually wide, green-blue streak spotted going down over horizon, seen in night-sky looking west from diamond head in the direction of Barber’s Point, although possibly still over the sea. Too fast to be a plane, seemed unusually wide and green a streak to be a meteor.
Also, from my viewpoint, seemed to take a perfectly sharp turn at an approximate 90° angle in flight before disappearing. If this was a meteor bouncing off the stratosphere it really bounced. Glowing steadily, however, and there seemed to be no visual flare-up that which one might expect of the higher atmospheric density that would cause a deflection. Am I wrong?