from what I could see while driving, at about 20:25 local time, a meteorite detonated in the sky.
It was over middle to eastern Hungary or southern Slowakia (It was north-easterly from Köseg, the line before it detonated was straingt vertical, so it was somewhere in the line Köseg-Györ and beyond)
It was a nice display, a faint line at first, which grew into a bright white streak in the night sky and then flashed in a white point about as bright as a car headlight at half a mile.) I estimate it was visible for about 5 seconds, and very impressive - even my blind as a bat wife couldn't miss it.
Is there any way to look it up?
I don't know of any European registry, but I would try and call the largest national university near where you were and try to talk to someone in their astronomy department, they'd at least know who tracks meteorites in that area.
The only problem is, I'm losing track of which universe I'm in.
You kinda look like Jesus. With a lightsaber.
- Peregrin Toker