Hi. I just joined the IMO today. I have been sporadically observing meteors for ~40 years (visual). I'm wondering if the old observations are useful to the IMO and whether I should add them as visual observations. I have records since the late 1990s - about 50 observations (I have yet to find my old observing records book - too many house moves). Historically I sent them to the NAMN. Your thoughts?

Regards
John Drummond, New Zealand

Hi. I just joined the IMO today. I have been sporadically observing meteors for ~40 years (visual). I'm wondering if the old observations are useful to the IMO and whether I should add them as visual observations. I have records since the late 1990s - about 50 observations (I have yet to find my old observing records book - too many house moves). Historically I sent them to the NAMN. Your thoughts? Regards John Drummond, New Zealand

John,

Your observations from the southern hemisphere would be very valuable, no matter how old they are. Unfortunately the NAMN site is currently down and your data is unavailable. You should not experience any such problems with the new IMO website. We all would look forward to seeing your data!

Sincerely,

Robert Lunsford
IMO Forum Moderator

John, Your observations from the southern hemisphere would be very valuable, no matter how old they are. Unfortunately the NAMN site is currently down and your data is unavailable. You should not experience any such problems with the new IMO website. We all would look forward to seeing your data! Sincerely, Robert Lunsford IMO Forum Moderator
Robert Lunsford - IMO Forum Administrator
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