[meteorite-list] Fireball photo
From: Ed Majden <epmajden_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 09:43:35 2004
These JPeg urls were posted to the meteorite-list. Unfortunately no
details were provided. To be useful the following would be required.
1. Time of the photo.
2. Location of where they were taken from.
3. A direction reference point secured with a compass.
4. Elevation reference measured with a protractor device or clinometer.
5. Camera information; focal length of lens, fps if a video frame etc.
It is nice to see a photo but to be scientifically useful more details
must be provided. Perhaps the photo taker could be interviewed to see if
this information could be obtained. An avi or MPeg movie would also be
useful so the apparent velocity could be determined. If another video photo
was available from a different location several kilometres away actual
velocity might be able to be arrived at. This is important if you want to
obtain the orbit of the object.
----- Original Message -----
From: Charlie <moonrock25_at_webtv.net>
Sent: Friday, July 27, 2001 2:24 AM
Subject: [meteorite-list] Fireball photo
> I just found a photo and an enlargement of same that was taken by a Paul
> Brown of Ontario while filming his children in his backyard. The story
> appeared in this on-line news source:
> I can't find their original story using their search engine. It is a
> Rochester, N.Y. website.
> Here are the photos:
> Meteorite-list mailing list
Received on Fri 27 Jul 2001 11:37:28 AM PDT