The RASC Prince George Centre Observatory has implemented a meteor detection project using information obtained from the Sky Scan Science Awareness Project and a program called Radio-SkyPipe. Two FM automobile radios tuned to 98.7 MHz, a Yagi antenna, and a Quadrifilar Helicoidal antenna,
enable us to collect data and present it here in graph form.
Starts 11/23/2017 00:00:52 UT
Ends 11/23/2017 18:15:01 UT
Created using Radio-SkyPipe software from Radio-Sky Publishing
The RASC Prince George Centre Observatory has associated itself with the International meteor detection organization called Radio Meteor Observatories On Line. Using the programs Spectrum Lab and Colorgramme RMOB lab, along with an ICOM IC-PCR1000 receiver tuned to Channel 3 video carrier frequency 61.240 MHz, we are able to collect data and present it here. Meteor activity on the left is in graph form for a 24 hour period. Data in the right hand box accumulates during the month and is colour based with blue signifying zero activity. Colours approaching red signify increased activity.
The following image is the latest real time capture from the AllSky camera installed at the RASC Prince George Centre Observatory. This camera has a maximum 180 degree field of view. North is up, West is to the right.