Feb 22/23 to Mar 4/5 Meteors

Still catching up here. As you can see from the low nightly totals, the weather has really played havoc on observing. Unfortunately rates are usually low this time of the year so even if it were clear there’s little to see.

Obs  Date(UT)      Time    TOT SPO ANT DLE GNO
TUS  2010-03-05   09h 52m   15  12  2   1   0
TUS  2010-03-04   10h 05m   9   7   1   1   0
TUS  2010-03-03   10h 50m   7   6   0   0   1
TUS  2010-03-02   10h 52m   3   2   0   1   0
TUS  2010-03-01   00h 11m   1   1   0   0   0
TUS  2010-02-28   04h 58m   0   0   0   0   0
TUS  2010-02-27   04h 34m   8   6   2   0   0
TUS  2010-02-26   10h 18m   16  13  1   2   0
TUS  2010-02-25   00h 25m   1   1   0   0   0
TUS  2010-02-24   10h 52m   4   4   0   0   -
TUS  2010-02-23   09h 31m   9   7   2   0   -

TUS - Camera in Tucson operated by Carl Hergenrother
SDG - Camera in San Diego operated by Bob Lunsford
TotTime - Total amount of time each camera looked for meteors
TOT - Total number of meteors detected
SPO - Sporadics (meteors not affiliated with any particular meteor shower)
ANT - Antihelions
DLE - Delta Leonids
GNO - Gamma Normids
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About Carl Hergenrother
I am a professional astronomer specializing in the study of comets, asteroids and meteors. This blog will focus on my professional and amateur work in this field

One Response to Feb 22/23 to Mar 4/5 Meteors

  1. Nicole Maier says:

    My daughter past away on March 4th 2010 at the age of 42 and as they toke a body away every one saw a bright red fire ball like, passing very fast over the house ( around 10 or 11 PM. Since she was working for a airline company every body said that she went to haven in style. But seriusly can any one tell us what had pass over Montréal, Canada that night.( for sure was not a airplane )
    N.M.

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