Re: Re[2]: Camera flash?

From: Carlos Bella via Seesat-l <>
Date: Tue, 14 Apr 2015 12:43:11 -0300
In Brazilian Meteor Observation Network (BRAMON) we capture two head on
meteors flashes. The brightest one can be seen below:


We verify that another station also capture it, but at side view:

Lagoa Santa Station (LSMG)

The ground map trajectory here:


2015-04-14 11:22 GMT-03:00 William_Stewart--- via Seesat-l <>:

> Hi All,
> I regularly pick up these events on my three video meteor cameras (Watec
> 902H units fitted with Computar 8mm f0.8 lenses) ... stepping through each
> frame (PAL cameras, hence 25 fps) some of them are of very short duration
> (a couple of frames hence circa 80ms) and there is no discernible movement
> across the FOV. Some flashes are of longer duration while others are long
> enough to be called flares (starting faint, rising in brightness then fading
> again ... and showing movement across the FOV).
> They look distinctly artificial and on the odd occasion when I do check,
> there's a good satellite match.
> William
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