New North-Western Ontario Meteor last night

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posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 04:59 PM
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Number 4 catch
Ok Mar 17 2013 04:53 EST
This one is going from middle to the North-East lasted about 3.5 second
Could not pin it down to any satellite yet.
Top is north
Right is West
Left is East
Bottom is south


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From Location 49.7914°N, 86.0532°W
On Azimuthal Grid
From 80 deg down to 25 deg
With a heading down to70 deg compose reading
The light cloud you see are Northern Light
That why Vega and Arcturus are not visible

Here Stellarium view of camera



This camera is 720X 480 #y lens bad match

Ho ya just order myself a new 1280X1080 HHD camera
And a better fish eye lens.
I’l get this right yet
edit on 17-3-2013 by Trillium because: (no reason given)




posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 05:13 PM
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Hey,that's pretty cool!
Do you set your camera up every night and record the sky?

In case you didn't know,you can compare your sighting to this site....

www.amsmeteors.org...

Thanks for sharing,
Peace,
K



posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 06:35 PM
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Originally posted by kdog1982
Hey,that's pretty cool!
Do you set your camera up every night and record the sky?

In case you didn't know,you can compare your sighting to this site....

www.amsmeteors.org...

Thanks for sharing,
Peace,
K


My camera is set up for day and night 24/7
I did not know we had so many bird flying around here
On a good day I can fill between 3 to 5 Gb of file
Good thing my HP Pavilion is a 1 Tera Byte
Here a picture of a day shot

And it not Nibiru just lens flare

Thank
Yes I already reported it to AMS and also to
lunarmeteoritehunters.blogspot.ca...



posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 07:13 PM
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It is Nibiru and it's planets/moon!!!!!!!!!!!



Hey, I figured it wouldn't show up in the american version since they only record here in the state,but have you seen this,NASA has a radar ......In Canada.
fireballs.ndc.nasa.gov...


The following plots show the location of meteor shower radiants as detected in near real-time by the MEO-sponsored multi-station Canadian Meteor Orbit Radar (CMOR). Each day approximately 4000-5000 individual meteoroid orbits are measured by CMOR - the amount of "clumpiness" in these radiants determines the location of individual showers. Groupings of radiants in location and speed are localized using a 3D wavelet transform technique and the associated showers listed by their three letter International Astronomical Union code



posted on Mar, 17 2013 @ 10:26 PM
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Nice catch Trillium



Originally posted by Trillium
Ho ya just order myself a new 1280X1080 HHD camera
And a better fish eye lens.


The problem with fish eyes is you won't capture anywhere near the detail you are getting now, although you might catch more fireballs in total. The one thing they might catch well would be earth-grazing fireballs, but they are not very common, so you might have to wait a while.

Better to run separate cameras with less wide lenses IMO, although it does start to get expensive quickly!



posted on Mar, 18 2013 @ 10:49 PM
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Thank for info FireballStorm

This last’s catch was with a fish eye camera
As soon that my new system is up will move my 720x480 camera
To my daughter in Geraldton which is about 50 miles away
With the two set I would like to start to analyze the result with
UFOAnalyzerV2.30
and
UFOOrbitV2.29
sonotaco.com...

I need something to do on my two week off each month
You can only do so much fishing and hunting
Guess I’m trying to catch something much bigger.





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