The phenomenon lasted about 20 seconds and could be observed throughout the southern part of Puglia, around 7 p.m. The webcam in Ortelle (Lecce) captured the moment of the passage of the fireball in the sky. There were many reports on social networks from people who spotted the meteor.
The San Lorenzo Astronomical Park observed the phenomenon. The park's Facebook page reads: "We confirm the passage of the fireball (very bright meteor), which was also spotted from the area around our facility. The very bright trail, apparently green in colour, can almost certainly be traced back to the phenomenon of the South Taurids, the meteor shower that is occurring in these days. They are the remnants of the cometary tail of 2P/Encke that are being burnt up by the impact of the Earth's atmosphere and have the peculiarity of being very bright, albeit very rarely.
(Translated with DeepL)