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Meteors 2023 November 24 17:15 to 25 06:28 with fireball
This is a tracked stack of the meteors captured by my two Global Meteor Network cameras on the night of 24th to 25th November 2023. According to the preliminary analysis more than half of the meteors shown are sporadics, but there are also several Leonids, Southern chi Orionids and November Orionids, and a few alpha Monocerids, sigma Hydrids, omicron Eridanids and Andromedids. The brightest one arrived at 05:53.55 and has had its orbit determined. It turned out to be a tau Taurid with an absolute magnitude brighter than -8.

Meteors 2023 November 24 17:15 to 25 06:28 with fireball

This is a tracked stack of the meteors captured by my two Global Meteor Network cameras on the night of 24th to 25th November 2023. According to the preliminary analysis more than half of the meteors shown are sporadics, but there are also several Leonids, Southern chi Orionids and November Orionids, and a few alpha Monocerids, sigma Hydrids, omicron Eridanids and Andromedids. The brightest one arrived at 05:53.55 and has had its orbit determined. It turned out to be a tau Taurid with an absolute magnitude brighter than -8.

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Filename:20231124_1646_0628_UK003X_UK009P_track_stack.jpg
Album name:Rick / Meteors
Image date, time and location:2023 November 24th 17:15 UTC to 25th 06:28 UTC from Dursley, Gloucestershire
Telescope aperture and focal ratio:2 x 4mm lenses
Camera and filters used:Sony IMX291 cameras
Processing applied:Global Meteor Network RMS multi-camera tracked stack
Filesize:108 KiB
Date added:Dec 01, 2023
Dimensions:1329 x 1433 pixels
Displayed:9 times
URL:http://gallery.orpington-astronomy.org.uk/displayimage-2683-_Meteors_2023_November_24_1715_to_25_0628_with_f.html
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