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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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