GMN meteor plot 2022-04-01 01:58:16.948148

2022-04-03T11:17:52+00:003 April 2022|Meteorcam, Meteors|

A bright meteor, captured by my camera UK006E, also seen and matched by 4 other stations.

Mag. -2.55
Duration 0.78s
V avg 67.5 km/s
Height beg/end: 110 km / 96 km
Shower: TAL (what is this?)

GMN meteor plot 2022-03-27 22:36:11.685049

2022-03-28T18:29:38+00:0028 March 2022|Meteorcam, Meteors, News|

A bright meteor, captured by my camera UK006E, also seen and matched by 8 other stations.

Mag. -2.90
Duration 1.20s
V avg 42.97 km/s
Height beg/end: 111 km / 86 km
Sporadic

New meteor camera first detections

2022-03-16T16:16:53+00:0014 March 2022|Meteorcam, Meteors, News|

As part of the Global Meteor Network I have added a new camera on the edge of Edinburgh, built following the GMN wiki instructions. Scotland doesn’t seem to have many and definitely needs more.

Still in the early config stages but this is the first detection saved as an animated GIF. I don’t plan on posting these here all the time but these are the first!

My azimuth seems to be about 120° which is what I was aiming for.

2022-03-13 02:22:58 UT
2022-03-15 02:06:15 UT

My IstraStream is here.

And from the second night, much better:

Detected meteors 2022-03-15 UK006E

This is my detection coverage.
Calibrated azimuth: 120.5°, altitude 49.5°