Above : unidentified flash to right of Moon at March 13, 0223 UT, possible/probable satellite

Short movie of the flash:  v20080312_202353.73.mov

Observer's coments:  No large fireballs this night. Just a couple of small meteors below.

Meteor 1  :    March 13, 2008  0843 UT  (2:43 am MDT)

Observer's Comments:  Very small, faint, fast meteor. Hard to see in movie below. Just a quick blip lower mid center of screen.

Movie 1 :  Ashcraft's Forward Scatter Video System, quick fireball with stereo audio
fb20080313_0843ut_Ashcraft.mp4   2.1 MB    19 seconds

Radio spectrograph below shows meteor at the 08:43 UT.

Meteor 2  :   March 13, 2008  0941 UT  (3:41 am MDT)

Observer's Comments:    Another small fast meteor. Hard to see. Mid center screen shooting to the right.

Movie 2:  Ashcraft's Forward Scatter Video System,  61.250 MHz right channel and 83.250 MHz left channel
   fb20080313_0941ut_Ashcraft.mp4     1 MB    8 seconds

Radio spectrograph:  61.250 MHz forward scatter reflection above white line, 83.250 MHz below white line.
Meteor is the first reflection during 0941 UT minute. Second refelction was a fireball out of visual range.

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