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(meteorobs) no exceptional LINEARID activity



Last night skies cleared in Aachen, so I could operate my video system from
21:16 (Nov. 11) to 5:40 UT (Nov. 12) with a break around midnight
and between 1:23 and 2:37 due to clouds. An overall of 83 meteors were
recorded in about 5.7h eff. observing time (40 deg fov, lm ~5.5 mag),
among them 15 NTA and 6 STA. There were a few short meteors radiating from
the Ursa Majoris region in the morning, but only 2 of the remaining
62 meteors fit to the given LINEARID radiant and geocentric velocity
(alpha=175 deg, delta=53 deg, v=58 km/s). A detailled analysis will
follow, but from the first inspection it is clear that there was no
exceptional meteor activity in the given period of time.

Sirko Molau

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