On Nov. 18, at 4:35 local time (3:35 universal time) a very bright (mag. -8) Leonid meteor was spotted over Spain. It was produced by a fragment from Comet Temple-Tuttle that hit the atmosphere at about 260.000 km/h. The event begun at an altitude of around 133 km over the province of Jaen and ended at a height of about 83 km over the province of Cordoba. It was recorded in the framework of the SMART Project (University of Huelva) from the astronomical observatories of La Hita (Toledo), Calar Alto (Almería), La Sagra (Granada), Huelva and Sevilla.

This video shows this event as spotted from La Hita Astronomical Observatory (Toledo):