Meteor Observing Program

Meteor Observing Program

Postby rene-gedaly » Thu Dec 14, 2017 2:22 pm

Really enjoying this one. Saw single burst fireball--a blue-green bolide--at 21:05 Tues 12-12-207. I'll report to ALPO for this one. Ray was enjoying the show so much we decided not to observe with telescopes. The next night, prime night for peak Geminids, was forecast as a total cloud out but we decided to stay anyway. So glad we did. I caught 43 from 9 pm on until total cloud out. Saw through high clouds, in between clouds, and clear sections, many in Pegasus surprisingly. Will have to look that up. No additional bolides but a combination of quick short, leisurely bright, and everything in between. :D
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Re: Meteor Observing Program

Postby rene-gedaly » Mon Dec 18, 2017 12:47 am

Reported bolide to American Meteor Society.
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