Visibility III / V
A cooling fireball high in the southeast sky. It's good that these cameras have some of that sky collectively covered, because the camera (720p) of the more impressive vertical video had not seen this flight with its motion detection. Fortunately, the wider southern view had captured this, and the better flight video was then found with it. In the wide view, the star above the Moon is Arcturus, but I couldn't be sure which is the brightest star in the camera pointing sharply upwards in the southeast direction. These side-by-side angles are so confusing, and the fact that the southeast camera is actually in a vertical position distorts the view even more compared to the other camera.