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On the chemical composition and orbit of a diurnal fireball
In general, meteor and fireball imaging systems operate during the night, as these mostly employ high-sensitivity recording devices that get fully saturated even under twilight conditions. Lowsensitivity video cameras ...
The 2011 Giacobinid outburst : meteoroid flux determination and orbital data by using video imagery from the Spanish fireball network
On October 8th, 2011 the Earth encountered the dust trails left by comet 21P/Giacobini- Zinner during its XIX and XX century perihelion approaches. The encounter was forecasted in great detail [1, 2, 3]. Geometic ...
Large meteoroids from the 2P/Encke complex : orbital data of 2010 taurids recorded in the framework of the Spanish fireball network
Cometary disruptions are though to be an important source of Near Earth Objects (heareafter NEOs). A continuous monitoring of meteor showers from multistation networks on the ground allows to get valuable orbital ...