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Bolidozor

Bolide observation network using radio and visual measuring station systems.

on GitHub
 


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Colorgramme Lab v 2.9  exe file only !
To Update old version, unzip this exe file and replace previous version in your Colorgramme Lab directory (usually  -> Colorgramme Lab in Program Files directory).
Colorgramme v 2.5 or lather FULL INSTALL before is OBSOLUTELY NECESSARY.

This version is the last before major v 3.0, but is very recommanded for all meteor obs, because many small bug is fixed.


New is this version :

Saving daily histogram of activity at the end of each day  in  ->  /img directroy (Alexei Pace suggestion).
You find an checkbox in FTP area.

Meteor v 8.0 data file is now readable in real time process.

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FULL Version of Colorgramme Lab v 2.5 software with INSTALL setup
Download, unzip then run setup.

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HROFFT audio spectrum software dedicated to meteor detection



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RaMAP v 1.7  is a free cross plateform software writen under java by Esteban Holgado N.

Radio Meteor Activity Projection
--------------------------------

The Radio Meteor Observation Bulletin (RMOB) web site (www.rmob.org) collects information on Radio Meteor Reflection
counts that have been registered by several observers around the world.

This information is recorded in RMOB Survey files, which is a time based format. The sample data content is composed
by a matrix of hours versus days. A meteor reflection count for every UTC hour of every day in a month is provided.

The RMOB File contains observer's related information, as latitude and longitude. With the UTC time, the date and the
Longitude information of the observer, it is possible to calculate the Julian Day (Julian Day calculation from Jean
Meeus, (1991), Astronomical Algorithms and the Local Sideral Time (LST) (Local Sideral Time calculation from Simon
Newcomb Sideral Time formula) of the observer at the UTC hour of the count, and consequently, the Right Ascension (RA)
of the local meridian of the observer at that time. The declination is directly obtained from the Observer's Latitude.

The observer's count for every UTC hour is normalized using the own observer's average figure calculated over a complete
month of data. With the RA and Dec calculated as indicated before, we have the observer's zenit at the UTC time of every
count (in fact, the zenit is calculated based on UTC + 30 minutes, to have a centered representation for every UTC hour).
Once the zenit is in this way located, a square of 15º by 15º of Sky Region, centered at that zenit, is coloured based on
the normalized count.

The contribution of all observers is then averaged providing a final picture with a spatial granularity of 5º by 5º of
Sky Region. In summary, the Radio Meteor Activity Projection program produces a couloured representation of the Meteor
Activity Projection over a Star Chart" or "SkyMAP", assigning a colour, which is directly proportional to the average
of the normalized contribution of all observers counts.

 Copyleft (c) - 2014 - Esteban Holgado N.         Gran Canaria  -  Spain

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To build an RMOB standard file with Excel (16 Ko)

Please see explanations here !

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RMOB survey free Windows® software (860 Ko)

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RaMAP v 1.7  is a free cross plateform software writen under java by Esteban Holgado N.

Radio Meteor Activity Projection
--------------------------------

The Radio Meteor Observation Bulletin (RMOB) web site (www.rmob.org) collects information on Radio Meteor Reflection
counts that have been registered by several observers around the world.

This information is recorded in RMOB Survey files, which is a time based format. The sample data content is composed
by a matrix of hours versus days. A meteor reflection count for every UTC hour of every day in a month is provided.

The RMOB File contains observer's related information, as latitude and longitude. With the UTC time, the date and the
Longitude information of the observer, it is possible to calculate the Julian Day (Julian Day calculation from Jean
Meeus, (1991), Astronomical Algorithms and the Local Sideral Time (LST) (Local Sideral Time calculation from Simon
Newcomb Sideral Time formula) of the observer at the UTC hour of the count, and consequently, the Right Ascension (RA)
of the local meridian of the observer at that time. The declination is directly obtained from the Observer's Latitude.

The observer's count for every UTC hour is normalized using the own observer's average figure calculated over a complete
month of data. With the RA and Dec calculated as indicated before, we have the observer's zenit at the UTC time of every
count (in fact, the zenit is calculated based on UTC + 30 minutes, to have a centered representation for every UTC hour).
Once the zenit is in this way located, a square of 15º by 15º of Sky Region, centered at that zenit, is coloured based on
the normalized count.

The contribution of all observers is then averaged providing a final picture with a spatial granularity of 5º by 5º of
Sky Region. In summary, the Radio Meteor Activity Projection program produces a couloured representation of the Meteor
Activity Projection over a Star Chart" or "SkyMAP", assigning a colour, which is directly proportional to the average
of the normalized contribution of all observers counts.

 Copyleft (c) - 2014 - Esteban Holgado N.         Gran Canaria  -  Spain

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