May 27th 2017
Near six month since the last important event regarding fireball detection, last night May 27th 2017, SMART Project detectors and Calar Alto surveillance webcams could record a fireball travelling northeastward over Extremadura (southwest Spain) at 03:43 UT (05:43 local time).
This object could be observed from Calar Alto Observatory, with west surveillance webcam, and from La Hita (Toledo) and Sevilla Observatories.
December 11th 2016
At 22:25 local time (21:25 UT) of December 11th 2016, an impressive fireball crossed south Spain skies. This fireball could be registered from Calar Alto Observatory, in Almería (Spain), from both the SMART project fireball detection station operated at this center and the observatory surveillance webcams. The video taken with both devices is spectacular. This phenomenon was also followed by the SMART fireball detection station located at La Hita (Toledo), Sierra Nevada (Granada), La Sagra (Granada) and Sevilla Observatories.
November 18th 2016
A fireball flew above the Mediterranean Sea last November 18th at 23:31 local time (22:31 UT). This object was registered by the SMART Project's fireball detection station s at Calar Alto (Almería) and La Sagra (Granada) observatories. The fireball was also followed by three the webcams of the Calar Alto Surveillance System.
November 15th 2016
A bright fireball could be registered from Calar Alto Observatory surveillance webcams and from the fireball detection station, also located at this observatory. This object, that happened on November 15th at 23:55 local time (22:55 UT),could be also observed from La Hita Observatory. The complete analysis is still not finished.
October 26th 2016
This fireball was observed over the south of Spain at 1:57 local time of October 27th 2016 (23:57 UT of October 26th). It was produced by a fragment detached from a comet (a meteoroid) that impact against our atmosphere with a speed around 94.000 km/h.