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Short .gif from a .ser video, captured last night (12th) with my ASI385MC and the supplied all-sky-lens.
We had a lovely clear night last night. The best we've had in ages. The battery died on my old laptop - probably due to the sub zero temperature - so only managed a few 5 minute videos. I saw lots more before I decided to set up the camera.
Tonight; peak; is completely clouded out! Surprise, surprise!!
I also had my Mother-in-laws dog as a stargazing companion/hot water bottle. Excuse the finger in the shot, my wife is a bit of a technophobe!
Some of you may be aware of the Radio Meteor Detection collaboration Project which is a group of contributors who submit their monthly log files after which do a number of things with the data see here for more info: https://radiometeordetection.org/about
Our latest exciting project is to see if we can successfully match Radio and Video events to aid our understanding of meteor phenomena, so we are now starting to Map Radio Meteor Altitudes for GRAVES.
The attached PDF gives a full description of this project
The project brief and maps can be found here: https://radiometeordetection.org
If you want any more information or feel you can help in any way, please do get in touch
Mapping Radar Meteor Altitudes for GRAVES.pdf