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Draconid meteors 2011, CAMS footage (SETI / NASA)

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Uploaded on Oct 12, 2011

Draconids filmed from Northern Germany by two CAMS systems of Dr Peter Jenniskens (SETI/NASA-Ames) in cooperation with the Dutch Meteor Society (DMS) situated 91 km apart in Lebatz and Kühlungsborn. At Kühlungsborn, the Leibniz-Institut für Atmosphärenphysik (IAP) operated a powerful LiDAR trying to detect meteor trails: the LiDAR beams are visible in the second half of the footage. The footage compresses about an hour of filming into two minutes of video. Camera operators: Kühlungsborn, Dr Peter Jenniskens (SETI/NASA-Ames); Lebatz, Carl Johannink and Dr Marco Langbroek (DMS). LiDAR operator IAP Kühlungsborn: Dr Michael Gerding. See also draconids.seti.org

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