Dátum: 2000. május 16., 0:15
Feladó: Tepliczky Istvan --
Tárgy: Rombusz az IMO-ban...
Hurrá! Hihetetlen! Meglepő!
Az IMO-News listán végre, sok nap után emlegetnek valamit (félmondattal) a
csütörtök esti tűzgömbről!...
Ha az IMO expresszvonat lenne, a kerti csiga maga a fénysebesség!!! Persze az is
igaz, hogy valakinek végre csak össze kellene szednie magát, és MEGÍRNI NEKIK,
mi mit is láttunk. Praktikusan fotókkal egyetemben! Akadna-e erre vállalkozó?
(Egy picit kellene csak angolul tudni - meg persze érdeklődést tanúsítani a
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: [IMO-News] meteorite droping daylight fireball in Europe !!!
Date: Mon, 15 May 2000 17:27:11 +0200 (CEST)
From: Sirko Molau
Reply-To: Sirko Molau
To: IMO-News mailing list Meteorobs mailing list
a few hours ago I received exciting news from Pavel Spurny, head of the
Department of Interplanetary Matter at Ondrejov Observatory and one of
the principal investigators of the European Fireball Network. In the last
few days there have been two daylight fireballs in central/east Europe
with a brightness similar to the Sun. The first of these dropped a
meteorite, which was discovered thereafter and is currently analysed.
> you will be probably interested in our last case from May 6.
> Thousands of people observed extremely bright daylight bolide
> over the southern Poland and north-eastern Moravia on May 6,
> at 11:51:25 UT. It was a really huge event - at the maximum
> the brightness was comparable with the Sun! Just after the bolide,
> the meteorite fall was observed on the garden at small silesian
> village Moravka (Ostrava and Beskydy mountain region) and one
> very nice small meteorite (214.2g) was immediately found.
> What is very important for us is the fact that we already have three
> good quality videorecords of this event and thus we are able
> completely reconstruct the atmospheric trajectory and also
> heliocentric orbit. In this respect it is the fifth case in the history.
> Moreover, on Wednesday May 10 we have the second case with
> practically the same brightness!!! and also during daylight - 17:15:25
> This fireball flew over southern part of Moravia and terminated over
> north-eastern part of Austria. We have a lot of visual observations
> from our country, Slovakia but no one from Austria.
Both the analysis of the meteorite and of the fireball trajectory is under
way. We will keep you informed about further progress in this subject.