Meteor 1  :   April 4, 2008    0653 UT

Observer's Comments:  
Only one meteor large enough to be camera visible this night.

Movies :
Movie 1, Sandia National Laboratories Sentinel camera capture, without sound:  712 KB  6 seconds

Movie 2, Ashcraft's video and forward scatter system with sound:
This particular meteor produced almost no radio reflection.
FB20080404_0653ut_Ashcraft.mp4     728 KB   7 seconds

Below:  Radio spectrograph of the meteor.  61.250 MHz reception above white line, 83.250 MHz below white line.
Meteor occurs during 06:53 UT minute but without any radio trace. All dots and blips on chart are small space dust particles,


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