Meteors and Fireballs

Another fireball over Andalusia on June 25 2016

portadaLast June 25 2016, another fireball flew over Andalusia's skies, this time over Córdoba and Jaen provinces. The event was registered by SMART Project detectors at 4:28 local time (2:28 UT). The fireball could be recorded by fireball detection stations at Calar Alto, La Hita, La Sagra and Sevilla observatories, together with Calar Alto west external surveillance webcam.

 

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Fireball over Sevilla and Huelva on June 20th 2016

portadaOnly one minute after summer started, at 00:35 localtime of June 21st 2016 (22:35 UT of June 20th 2016), SMART Project detectors registered a fireball crossing west Andalusia’s skies, passing over Sevilla and Huelva provinces. The event was recorded from the fireball detection stations at Calar Alto, Sevilla and La Hita (Toledo) observatories. It was also captured with the west Calar Alto Observatory surveillance webcam.

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Fireball on April 14th 2016 over Mediterranean Sea

portadaSMART Project fireball detectors and Calar Alto South webcam registered on last April 14 a fireball over Andalucía skies (South of Spain). The event took place about 23:15 Spanish local time (21:15 UT). Together with Calar Alto fireball detector station and south surveillance webcam, the fireball could also be recorded from the fireball detection station at Sevilla, La Hita (Toledo) and Sierra Nevada observatories.

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Bright fireball over Albacete (Spain)

portadaLast March 31st a bright fireball flew over Castilla La Mancha (Spain) skies. The object was registered with SMART Project detectors at 4:36 Spanish local time (2:36 UT). This fireball could be observed with Calar Alto Observatory fireball detection station and with the north surveilllance webcam. The phenomena was also observed at Sevilla, La Hita, Huelva and La Sagra Observatories.

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Fireball on March 20th 2016

portadaLast March 20th 2016, SMART Project detectors registered a fireball about 23:36 Spanish local time (22:36 UT). The object could be recorded from the fireball detection stations located at Calar Alto, Huelva and Sevilla observatories.

 

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