Re: A small asteroid entered our atmosphere, can any satellites have captured your trail?

From: George William Herbert (george.herbert@gmail.com)
Date: Thu Jan 02 2014 - 23:27:53 UTC

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    On Jan 2, 2014, at 12:43 PM, Carlos Bella <carlos.apodman@gmail.com> wrote:
    
    > Hello!
    > 
    > A few hours ago a small asteroid (1-5 meters across) was detected in space and
    > at 05:00 UTC it entered the Earth's atmosphere.
    > 
    > The link below have some projections of its trajectory in the atmosphere:
    > 
    > -
    > http://earthsky.org/earth/small-asteroid-entered-our-atmosphere-just-hours-ago
    > 
    > Some satellite covering the proposed area may have captured the trail
    > (which given
    > the size of the object certainly produced a considerable bolide) of the
    > asteroid in the atmosphere?
    > 
    > If yes which could have their images analyzed ?
    > 
    > 
    > Regards !
    > Carlos Bella
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