Very bright fireball over the South of Spain on 15 Nov. at 2:55 UT (3: 55 local time). It belongs to the Southern Taurids meteor shower.
The event took place during the Super Moon and was produced by a fragment from Comet 2P/Encke that hit the atmosphere at about 110.000 km/h. The bolide began at a height of about 108 km over the province of Granada and ended at an altitude of 60 km over the south of the province of Jaen.
And here’s a video on the following night, a dim meteor.
Fireball recorded on 15 Nov. 2016 at 22:55 UT (23:55 local time) from Calar Alto Observatory (Spain). According to the preliminary analysis of this event, it would be a Southern Taurid fireball that overflew the North of Africa, produced by a meteoroid from Comet 2P/Encke.