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Big fireball over our observatory - Thursday, November 19, 2020
Our all-sky-cam caught a big fireball.
You can see a video here:
At IMO you can find this event here:
Perseid Meteor Shower Event in Belvoir Fortress, Israel
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Joe, what was the final of your investigation to find the possible meteorite fall?
I saw the video. It was not a Leonid fireball! Most probable it was a sporadic. This is good for a possible meteorite fall. Because Leonid meteoroids, belonging to a comet, have no chance of surviving the passage of the atmosphere.
No Michel, we sent this picture only to
because we are interested in finding the possible meteorit :-) ... but thanks for your hint we will think about this additional option in the future.
A very brillant one !
Did you "declare" this to the AMS data base?
You are probably not alone.
Thanks, I am sure it was part of the Leonides. Hopefully we have enough images to calculate, where the possible meteorite crashed to earth :-)
SO COOL! Great to see that fireball streaking across the sky - fast too! Was this part of the Leonids? Thanks for sharing!
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