Few days ago I started my second RMS camera working on the Global Meteor Network.
The first one was installed one year ago with the number ES0001 (first one at Spain) and this new one is the ES0004. In between two stations started their operations at La Palma observatory.
Now, thanks to all this year collecting data I am really proud to help on studies like this from NASA Meteoroid Environment Office, Aerodyne Industries, Department of Earth Sciences & Department of Physics and Astronomy of University of Western Ontario:
(please, take a look on the ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS section 😀 )
This new camera provides every night information about:
and this is how it looks one night of capturing data: