Mikhail Maslov posted Jun 25 '17 at 3:34 pm
A new forecast for possible activity in 2019 can be found here:
http://feraj.ru/Radiants/Predictions/209p-ids2019eng.html

In short, a small outburst with ZHR up to 10 could be produced by 1939 trail at 7:44 UT on 24 May 2019, and a secondary outburst with ZHR up to 5 due to 1994-2009 trails is possible around 11 UT on 24 May 2019.

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recent by Karl Antier (admin)  ·  Jul 23 '17 at 6:12 pm
imo_admin posted Jun 23 '17 at 2:21 pm
In case you missed it, everything is here: http://imc2017.imo.net/

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I managed to view the Lyrid maximum for 2 hours from my new house located 20 miles east of San Diego. This was the first meteor observation from my new vantage point and I have found that it gives me an increase of at least 1 full magnitude right out the front door! Anyway, I faced toward the NE at an elevation of 60 degrees between the hours of 2:15 PDT to 4:15 PDT (9:15-11:15 UT). I counted 29
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recent by Karl Antier (admin)  ·  May 14 '17 at 9:38 pm
I was off work Monday morning so I thought I would take advantage of the clear skies and view some meteor activity. Despite the good sky I was a bit disappointed in the rates as I only counted 11 meteors during the 2 hour session. 9 of these meteors were sporadic, 1 Anthelion, and only 1 eta Aquariid were seen. I was especially disappointed in the ETA rates as I thought for sure that they would b
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John Drummond posted Feb 5 '17 at 2:00 am
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 thought
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recent by Karl Antier (admin)  ·  Mar 12 '17 at 10:21 am
This year RAMBo has recorded a strong Ursidi activity.
In the attached graphics you can see that the maximun has begun at 270,800 of solar longitude.
The first graphic shows the mass behaviour, the second one (red) shows the Hourly Rate.
More informations on our web site
www.ramboms.com

Lorenzo Barbieri



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recent by Michel Vandeputte  ·  Feb 23 '17 at 7:40 am
Both the North American Meteor Network (NAMN) website and meteorobs mailing list have been offline for the past couple months. Efforts to resolve server issues for the NAMN site were not successful. It appears now that our domain has been hacked and may be potentially unsafe to visit. Therefore, I have decided to end the online NAMN presence. You should refrain from visiting the site, and remove
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recent by Mark Davis  ·  Feb 16 '17 at 1:00 am
Dear meteor observers,

I just realized, while reading the 2017 IMO Meteor Shower Calendar, that Mikhail Maslov made some predictions about a potential meteoric activity linked to 249P/LINEAR, with potential activity on April 20th, 2017, around 16h 33min UT. Meteoric activity would be associated to small meteoroids, so meteors may be faint, or only radio detectable.
Does anyone (Mikhail, or
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recent by Karl Antier (admin)  ·  Jan 26 '17 at 3:37 pm
Ben Dawson posted Dec 23 '16 at 11:24 pm
When observing minor showers for the first time, is it worth trying to do an association with a known shower, or leave the shower column blank and just fill in the magnitude distribution and number seen columns?
The IMO guide seems to suggest that this is the way to go.

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recent by Ben Dawson  ·  Dec 27 '16 at 11:34 pm
Michel Vandeputte posted Dec 19 '16 at 9:04 am
I observed the Geminids from my home town during the night Dec 13-14. Skies cleared up from the south around 0.30 UT. I went to my observing site up in the local hills and watched the shower for 5.25 hours Teff between 01.05 - 06.20 UT. Despite the presence of a full moon, meteor rates were pretty great with hourly visual counts of 44 - 57 - 45 - 44 and 30 Geminids (Lm 4.9 up to 5.1). At the end
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On December 11th 2016 evening, the Spanish sky was lit up at 22:25 local time (21:25 UT) thanks to a very bright fireball which magnitude was below that of the full moon (magnitude estimated to -15±2)

Read more at https://xissufotoday.space/2016/12/new-video-meteor-fireball-from-observatory-ridge-in-spain.html

The event was recorded by several fireball and meteor observing stations
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december 13 evening in Switzerland
was doing live streaming
caught at least one fireball
go to timeline 1:15:51 in this video

https://youtu.be/Czwv2AfKPow?t=4548

many more meteors here and there, just no time yet to look it all up ( 3h of stream recorded )

camera used Sony A7s and lens Rokinon 24mm f/1.4 , pretty good combo for lowlight. Exposure/ISO/shutterspeed set on pur
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Around 4:30 it's suddenly become clear in Wilderen(Belgium) and different Geminids were recorded by Cams and even two fireballs on the all-sky.
The first one on the all-sky at 04:48 UT and the second one at 05:10 UT. All together 44 meteors were captured by Cams between 4:33 UT and 6:28 UT. Sometimes, there were two at a time.

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recent by Eduardo P. Santiago  ·  Dec 14 '16 at 11:28 am
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