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 The network brings revolutionary approaches in meteor observations and potentially in detecting their fragments'​ impacts. At the current stage it focuses mainly on the obtaining the trajectory based on the [[en:​events| radio reflections]] from their ionised trails in combination with [[en:​meteor-observer|visual observations]]. Other measuring modalities and analysis methods are planned in the future. ​   The network brings revolutionary approaches in meteor observations and potentially in detecting their fragments'​ impacts. At the current stage it focuses mainly on the obtaining the trajectory based on the [[en:​events| radio reflections]] from their ionised trails in combination with [[en:​meteor-observer|visual observations]]. Other measuring modalities and analysis methods are planned in the future. ​  
  
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 The meteoroid passage through the atmosphere causes, apart from a classical optical phenomena (meteor) - often visible by a naked eye, a number of other phenomena, which can be measured on the ground and used for scientific processing. Examples of such phenomena include: radio waves reflections,​ optical emissions, radio emissions from ion recombination,​ spreading of shockwave cause by hypersonic flyby. ​ The meteoroid passage through the atmosphere causes, apart from a classical optical phenomena (meteor) - often visible by a naked eye, a number of other phenomena, which can be measured on the ground and used for scientific processing. Examples of such phenomena include: radio waves reflections,​ optical emissions, radio emissions from ion recombination,​ spreading of shockwave cause by hypersonic flyby. ​
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 ==== Relevant publications ==== ==== Relevant publications ====
  
 +  * [[https://​arxiv.org/​pdf/​1606.02052.pdf|Bolidozor - Distributed radio meteor detection system]]
   * [[http://​www.imo.net/​imc2012/​sites/​default/​files/​pinter-1-2012preview.pdf|Radio meteor scattering with Software Defined Radio based on Open Hardware, Pintér Teodor, Kákona Jakub, Kákona Martin, Křivsky Ladislav, Proceedings IMC, La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain,​20–23 September, 2012]]   * [[http://​www.imo.net/​imc2012/​sites/​default/​files/​pinter-1-2012preview.pdf|Radio meteor scattering with Software Defined Radio based on Open Hardware, Pintér Teodor, Kákona Jakub, Kákona Martin, Křivsky Ladislav, Proceedings IMC, La Palma, Canary Islands, Spain,​20–23 September, 2012]]
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