Thank you Tom and Tom!
Michel, a beautiful souvenir of the event. Interestingly here in Hawaii my daughter and I also saw a fireball in the west that was bright green blue last night at 22:13 local HST (8/10/19 0813 UT). I had never seen one before that color. Maybe this means we are in for more delights from the Perseids?
Thank you Cindy too!
Indeed that was something interestig this year, read from Spaceweather.com:
PERSEID FIREBALLS: Last night, NASA's network of all-sky meteor cameras detected 10 Perseid fireballs disintegrating over the USA, tripling the rate from previous nights. This is a sign that Earth is moving deeper into the debris stream of parent Comet Swift-Tuttle--and it's just the beginning. Forecasters expect the shower to peak on Aug. 12-13 with nightly increases in meteor rates between now and then.
Yesterday night at 4:30 we count 15 Perseids from +4 to -2 and 2 sporadics but no fireball.
I'm ready tonight from 4 to 5 local time.
I was not the only one to post the event, but only 3 of us look in the AMS site:
Thank you also for Mr X, Frank and Martijn