WGNBright fireball captured by the Allsky7 camera AMS77 on 2021 November 8, at 22h37m01s UT from Rezman Observatory, Slovenia. Image courtesy: Javor Kac and Yves Bastian / Allsky7.net

The October 2021 issue of the IMO Journal is now in print. It will be mailed shortly and subscribers can also immediately access the journal in PDF format. The contents this month:

  • From the Treasurer — IMO Membership/WGN Subscription Renewal for 2022 (M. Gyssens)
  • Study of Sporadic E Occurrence in Europe 2021 (W. Kaufmann)
  • Calibration of visual meteor observations (J. Rendtel, R. Koschack)
  • Recent results from the Kilwinning spectroscopic survey for meteors (B. Ward)
  • Subspace Based Meteor Detection Using SLIDE (P. Gural)
  • The Fruits of Failure, Frustration and Fortune – Two years in an amateur meteor observer’s life (P.C. Slansky)
  • Mobile Observation of Meteors (MoMET): a device dedicated to meteor shower outburst (P. Da Fonseca, J. Vaubaillon, F. Bouley, G. Fasola, K. Baillié, J. Desmars, J. Ph. Amans)
  • Simultaneous broadband radio and optical emission of meteor trains imaged by LOFAR / AARTFAAC
    and CAMS (T.J. Dijkema, C. Bassa, M. Kuiack, P. Jenniskens, C. Johannink, F. Bettonvil, R. Wijers, R. Fallows)
  • Meteorix camera tests for space-based meteor observations (N. Rambaux, J. Vaubaillon, S. Derelle, M. Jacquart, M. Millet, L. Lacassagne, A. Petreto, P. Simoneau, K. Baillié, J. Desmars, D. Galayko, R. Chotin)

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